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Today, I noticed an AMD folder on my C: \root (I had deleted this yesterday after the driver install). I had just spent a half hour going through a clean uninstall and then just a driver install. As if that wasn't bad enough, the "Programs and Features" program list entry for CCC is not even valid. If I were insane and repeated yesterday, I would have to again use the AMD Clean Uninstall Utility to uninstall CCC. Windows Update history shows it was re-installed this morning...... I cannot do a custom installation of a software driver package anymore?Is this a known issue for other driver packages/programs too?We just do not have a choice of what gets installed on our system anymore, even if it isn't really a Microsoft Windows Update. Did you turn off driver and manufacturer app installation in Windows 10?If you didn't, then Windows 10 is doing exactly what it is designed to do - install the latest hardware drivers and hardware associated apps that are provided to Microsoft by the hardware manufacturer. I wish they had the usual three options or four options: install automatically, download and notify, notify then download, and do not notify or download - like they used to in previous versions.I'm running a couple of older drivers that work better for my older AMD video card and two network controllers on my desktop and so far Windows 10 has left them alone.Is it possible to switch off the device installation settings option for specific hardware types?I don't want to switch the whole feature off because it is useful but I most certainly do not want Windows applying driver updates for my GPU automatically (I would prefer to leave sensitive things like GPU drivers to be done when I am good ready).Given that Nvidia seems to release new drivers everytime the wind changes direction this could become an annoying problem and as many have found newer drivers are not necessarily better!I just got AMD's CCC reinstalled again this morning by Windows Update.This is with having selected NO in Advanced Settings | Hardware.