Abnormal information when using NAA

I used NAA today and hq showed this information. Is there anything I should do?

Is this the first time you use NAA?
If not, have you changed something on your network?

This may help

If you are on Windows and have used any “optimization” software to disable services, etc. It may likely cause such…

Or if you are not on regular desktop edition of Windows, such as Windows 10 Pro or Windows 11 Pro.

Thank you@jussi_laako.I do use Windows 11 Pro. Is there any way to enable this feature? Or can I keep this feature disabled without affecting normal use, especially for sound quality?

It should work out of the box with stock Windows 11 Pro (no “optimizations” or modifications). If you get that message, then it is more likely that you encounter drop-outs or other glitches in audio playback. If you are not experiencing such, then you don’t need to worry too much.

It is a warning, not a critical error. That’s why HQPlayer doesn’t refuse to work despite the issue that some functionality doesn’t work. There can be many other similar cases.