Tried that, none of that exists on my Windows 7 machine as it seems those are only Windows 10 settings. I also hesitate to mess with core Windows system settings for the sake of a single game, those are some risky dice to roll that could mess with other games and programs in ways you might now realize were connected back to that change. I’d rather just wait for Hello Games to fix it in their code.
I know exactly how many fixes and how much free content they’ve put out since launch, and I referenced my respect for that in my post. I also agree that the billboard itself is a cool thing the community did to show appreciation and I am all for it.
Problem is, that was done BEFORE the Beyond update launched, despite the date on that tweet. At this point there is no denying that the Beyond launch has been a total clusterfuck, and that thousands of players who were quite happy with Hello Games a week ago are very upset with them right now. Then there are the thousands of customers who literally just purchased the game in the past few days thinking they were going to get this amazing VR game everyone was raving about, and can’t even launch the thing, or when they do launch, it crashes. In the face of all of this, and knowing how denial and silence was such a PR disaster the last time, he posts about the billboard and nobody says a word about the disastrous launch of the update, they just make the experimental code the live code as a temporary “fix” and call it a weekend.
I get it, Hello Games is small, they don’t have the ability to respond to a bad launch in the same way a Bethesda studio would. But perhaps posting about how emotional he is about Hello Games community of grateful and supportive fans is a tiny bit tone-deaf when thousands of people in that community just had the game they loved so much turned into an unplayable pile of damaged bits.