It was also The Problem with Licensed Games incarnate, since several licensed games actually may not have been as bad as many people say they were...if not for game breaking bugs that slipped past the beta testings (if there were any) and made them literally unplayable or Nintendo Hard.It is without doubt an annoyance, considering that Pro users have no option anymore to disable third-party applications, links or Store apps in general on Windows 10 once the Anniversary Update is installed.Considering that many Pro users won't be able to get Enterprise or Education versions of Windows 10, it is anything but customer friendly. (Thanks Sergey)Martin Brinkmann is a journalist from Germany who founded Ghacks Technology News Back in 2005.
With the advent of integrated network play, developers also seem to favor releasing patch after patch (if they even bother) and treat their paying customers as unpaid testers.One should also probably keep in mind that a lot of bugs only occur in certain builds of the game.In today's market, where even console games can be patched, it's incredibly rare to have a game-killing glitch maintain itself for very long.The policies are still listed when you open the Group Policy Editor on Windows 10 Pro or another affected edition of Windows 10.
They do contain the note stating that the policy only applies to the listed editions of Windows 10, and modifying the policy has no affect on editions not listed there.
Not necessarily the same as a Game-Breaker that results from a programming bug; those are typically Good Bad Bugs, which are harmless, but examples of ones that use Game-Breaking Bugs exist; read on...