By far the most irritating thing about HiFi to me is the glitchy software update process. High Fidelity automatically installs its Sandbox software (to enable you to host your own content), plus nine assignment client processes in Windows, and these are all running continuously in the background, even if you are not using High Fidelity.
Every time I try to update the HiFi client software, I get en error message saying that proceses are running and I have to kill them first. I actually have to manually go in and kill each of the assignment client processes, and the Sandbox software, using the Windows Task Manager, before it lets me run the HiFi updater.
Ever try to kill all nine assignment client processes as they are continually respawning? It’s like trying to herd cats. This is a big, showstopper bug in my opinion. If I were a novice user that would completely throw me. I honestly cannot recommend HiFi to users unless they fix this really annoying problem with updating the client software.
Judas told me that it doesn’t happen to him though. I had assumed that everybody had this problem and they just put up with it. If there’s anything I can do to help you guys fix this, please let me know. I am willing to be a guinea pig