|You asked what Medium and High impact meant. This should help:|
My reference to using Task Manager was simply in the Startup tab. I accept what you can do there is limited but at least it is quite safe and the situation is obvious at a later date. Task Manager Startup is used in the same way as msconfig used to be, except that it is now much more of a user feature than for geeks. It was accessible in the past by using Control-Alt-Del but in Windows 10 it is a right click item on the taskbar.
I don't know why that Power Media Player is showing High impact when it is disabled. At odd times I have found Windows has to be "told things twice" (you might have noticed this yourself over the years). So you could try enabling it from Task Manager, restarting the computer, disabling it again and restarting.
It is strange that TinyWall is still not measured. Usually it shows High impact but I recall there was an explanation for this on their website somewhere which showed that it simply the way it is reported and there is nothing to be alarmed about. I assume it is working.
If you've already read this post, read it again because I have edited it quite a bit.
Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks
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