Profiles Should Allow Exclusions Or Selection List

I applaud you for trying to optimize performance etc. with the new profiles. However, BD is classifying some of my applications as games etc. and changing my Windows Update settings based on the Profile Configuration parameters for Games. The applications I am referring to are not games and I do not want my settings changed when they are running for long periods on my PC.


Is there any thought to allowing me, the BD user, a way to exclude specific application software from a designated profile? Maybe you could have some kind of an Exclusion Option that would allow me to enter applications I do not want to be impacted or have a list of my programs that I could uncheck in a specific profile. I know I can turn off Profiles completely but I think there may be some benefit to the optimization being done when Profiles is on.

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