I have lots of experience with IT for my own shop. Decades of it with DOS onwards.CP/M for a TRS-80 and IBM System 360 and System 370.
only when you are in developer mode and my machine is not in that mode and still get crap greyed out.
One of my pc's i use for gaming and gaming alone nothing else, no email, words,adobe,cortana,or apps or services that might interfere with the data flow to the internet servers of that game, to limit ping responce time to lower the latency so i don't have the issues many other have like lag microstutter, high latency etc etc.
I even got ridd of the microsoft reserved internet speed thats about 30% of your total internet speed.
To prevent me from doing this over and over again, i disabled windows update completly and lowered the cpu utilisation which ranged before between 2 and 6% when doing nothing, to 1% max when doing nothing, and ram from 2.6 gig to 1.6 gig, i can lower that to 1.1 gig or even lower then that, just by preventing services from beeing loaded into ram.
Even when you don't use the services does not mean it eats up ram space, disabling it in your settings does nothing at all, it still is checked by your cpu as it is loaded into your main system ram, by disabling those services as mutch as possible and prevent it from loading in to ram at the first place you can lower the amount of time your cpu has to check on things you don't use any way, and miliseconds is an ethernity for a cpu, especialy when you are gaming.
I have 32GB of RAM and my R5 3600 seems happy with it. I have an Intel 665p M.2 NVMe SSD 2TB so my system volume is not starving for applications storage needs.
Windows is much better now with hundreds or even thousands of fonts.
If i had the money for it i would buy a better setup, unforntunatly thats not the case for me for the last 7 years, until then i have do deal with what i have got.
Food clothes and maintaning my house is more important then having a top notch pc.