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AudioPhil

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    Creator of the AudiophileOptimizer & Owner of Highend-AudioPC

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  1. Hi Kee This is no good advice sorry. Fidelizer is using a similar to "autostart" function while the shell replacement is a completely different approach with a big effect on sound quality. Therefore it's not really advisable to just stick to the built in autostart feature, but to rather disable this and use the shell replacement with all it's advantages. Best, AudioPihl
  2. I'm wondering a bit about @Windows X answer because the combination of Fidelizer and the shell replacement feature has been working well for years now. As far as I remember there is a setting within Fidelizer which does not cause itself to start after login. Very best, AudioPhil
  3. Hello everyone Yes it is a difficult time for everyone, thats true. Our company exists since 2013 and we've been through windy economical times before. But thanks to the support from our partners, friends and customers we are confident that also this crisis will pass and better times are ahead of us. So to answer this threads title. No, we are not bancrupt and certainly not a scam. Currently both delivery services as well as local customs worldwide are (still) under heavy load, most likely due to the COVID pandemic and a variety of their consequences. This can and unfor
  4. Hello beajuju Thanks a lot for the feedback and the questions 1. No, not needed. But a nice additional step to have a cleaner windows installation with a lot less of bloat. 2. Please see here: https://shop.highend-audiopc.com/blogs/audiophils-blog/how-and-why-to-configure-a-shell-replacement 3. No. There are various ways to achieve that goal after using a shell replacement. One of them would be this one (page 28 of the PDF guide): Instead of launching ServiceTool like in the example above you would simply start "explorer.exe". This will launc
  5. Do AO first. Then launch the ServiceTool to configure the shell replacement as you need it. This might also be interesting for you: https://shop.highend-audiopc.com/blogs/audiophils-blog/how-and-why-to-configure-a-shell-replacement https://shop.highend-audiopc.com/blogs/audiophils-blog/customshell-as-shell-replacement Best, AudioPhil
  6. Hello Mike All remote tools (RDP, VNC, SplastTop, it does not matter which...) will work as expected, as long as you do not disable the network related services. Best, AudioPhil
  7. A custom shell replacement would be great for this i think. AO 3.00 brings all needed for it: https://shop.highend-audiopc.com/blogs/audiophils-blog/customshell-as-shell-replacement Best, AudioPhil
  8. Hi Yes, 32 Bit works fine as well. Best, AudioPhil
  9. Hi Because a shell replacement is not possible for Audirvana, otherwise we would have created one. Best, AudioPhil
  10. Did you chang the path into the HQplayer directory before you enter the exe name? You need to either manually change the path to be in the right directory, or you need to add that path the env variables. Then you can just type the exe name no matter what path you are in.
  11. Windows can be a beast sometimes.... Very glad you have all working now!
  12. Exaclty, and this is all documented in the AO manual! i think its 5 times, not 6 by the way. indeed, after so much time there is most likely a new OS either way
  13. Hello Lukaslius There are no download links. You just need to log in the download portal and the upgrade will be ready for you https://www.highend-audiopc.com/download Best, AudioPhil
  14. Hi You can use everything excecpt "disable network related services" in AO Best, AudioPhil
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