On our Windows 10 machines, when you first start Logitech Capture it in turn starts about 20 "helper" processes and a total of almost 600 new threads (!!!). And, from all appearances, most of those things just remain idle once they've been started.
Consequently, Logitech Capture is the slowest launching app on our machine.
I don't understand why it works like this and why it needs to start so many unused processes.
Any way to trim this all down so that it starts faster?
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