Aquarius ultralight background updater, thing
I tweeted about this, and was directed here. Respect to your twitter staff. I think someone on the dev team could take a moment to educate this ultralight marvel of modern background updating on how to behave nicely upon system start-up. I'm aware how important it is to have up-to date detection upon start-up, but ple-ease, maybe it could be made a little less aggressive, or smarter in detecting system loads? With all the bull**bleep** windows updating and loading and checking upon start-up, the fact that aquarius then runs in and steals the show (and HD usage), is really frustrating when in a hurry. What ever program I open while Aquarius is still busy being it's stealthy ultralight self, is almost guaranteed to crash on my laptop when I open it after a full shutdown - and a day or more has passed. Does not make for a pleasant user experience to have to then fight all the dialogues for shutting down the program, and to get it restarted again. Thank you. Would it be possible to give administrators the option to set a delay on aquarius activating upon startup? That alone would make a world of difference.
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