Anyone else seeing speed test on ISP going bad on Big Sur?

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  • DirkDastardly
    DirkDastardly Member Posts: 31
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    BTW. I can't see any of my MacOS apps appearing in my login apps? The only one that is in there is Dropbox, by choice. ;-)

  • Marc
    Marc Moderator, Beta Tester Posts: 2,721
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    Fairy nuff, but it does so by default without notification. It should be opting in, not opting out. It is invassive.
    Thats a fair point. 
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  • Robin_from_Fing
    Robin_from_Fing Administrator, Fing Team Posts: 4,885
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    Jeez! It transpires that Fing forces itself into my login items on my Mac when run. TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE! I determine when I run an App, not some third party. This is system invasion. Time to delete it and move on.
    Thanks for your feedback. The main function of the Fing app is continuous monitoring of the network so it can alert you for any issues. By default, Fing desktop runs on start-up and scans your network every hour for non-premium members. If you don't want Fing to monitor the network then we have provided an option to disable this feature. I am sorry to hear you don't like this feature. 
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