A few weeks after its consoles versions, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier is finally available on PC, this delay could have been more beneficial for this version that suffers from many problems making the game to look like a beta. Still we offer you four gameplay videos from the three first missions, captured in 1920*1080 and 50 frames per second, not 60, as the game forces 50Hz on many screens. Too bad because the game is obviously very good.
Win10 is so gud and it was free! Can't beat that! (3 minutes ago)
What a time to be alive ! Just shoot me will ya... (5 minutes ago)
WinDefender updates stopped working 2-3 weeks ago, so I guess it's connected. Bad thing is: I can't just simply do a rollback because of not enough restore points. Gonna have to resolve it manually :P (7 minutes ago)
Seems like a common problem on vista, win7, win server 2008 and even win10. (13 minutes ago)
@Sdarts: Figured the culprit is the service svchost - netsvcs which is eating up the RAM, but like you said with disabling it you only end up without any protection at all. (16 minutes ago)
There's a way to disable it, but you also end up completely disabling Windows Defender and can't receive any new updates, so it's not ideal. (1 Hour ago)
many hours of downloading. I really hate the lack of control over when you want to update Windows 10, the system waits a day or two, but afterwards it decides on its own and screw the user. (1 Hour ago)