Windows Runtime Debugger

If you have installed Visual Studio you will notice the Windows Runtime Debugger has been replaced with the “Just-In-Time Debugger”. Sometimes this is Ok, but if you are running jobs that need to be running silence, then this is not always a good thing.

So what to do? Just change the Windows Runtime Debugger back to Dr Watson. You can do this by using the command drwtsn32 -i. Just run it in a command prompt and the Windows Runtime Debugger is back to Dr. Watson.

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