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Note Version 1.6 of GWX Control Panel only enabled Monitor Mode on a per-user basis, which resulted in some confusing behavior for users running on Standard or Child accounts.
As a result, if you upgrade from version 1.6 to 1.7 of GWX Control Panel, you might find that Monitor Mode is enabled for both the current user and for all users.
The program is available for download either as an installer or as a standalone executable, but I recommend using the installer for the following reasons: A note about upgrading If you use the GWX Control Panel installer, then upgrading from one version to the next is very simple.
Just follow the Important guidelines listed above and run the Gwx Control Panel Setup program.
The installer will safely upgrade everything for you.
If you use the stand-alone version, you should follow these steps: To make sure you're protected from Windows 10, take a look at the Information section of the GWX Control Panel window.
Here are some specific ways GWX Control Panel helps you: You can always download the latest version of GWX Control Panel at the Ultimate Outsider Downloads page.
If you'd like a more detailed report, you can use the Save diagnostic info option from the shortcut menus of either the Monitor Mode icon or the main GWX Control Panel window.
When alerts are triggered: Monitor Mode keeps track of which Windows 10 settings or files it discovered, and if you choose not to remedy a specific new finding, it will not alert you again until something else changes. Consider this scenario: Keep this in mind if you receive a Monitor Mode alert about something you don't care about.
Responding to Monitor Mode alerts: When Monitor Mode detects a Windows 10-related change to your computer, its notification icon flashes with an exclamation mark, and a balloon notification normally appears to draw your attention.
(The operating system decides whether or not you see these balloon notifications and how long they appear.