We'll just be referring to our various products and services using the Blizzard name instead.You've already seen this recently with things like "Blizzard Streaming" and "Blizzard Voice," and more changes are on the way.
Nice addition, but as someone with a reasonably fast connection who doesn't want another program to be using any additional resources by constantly running in the background upon startup, I will not be enabling it. It consumes low RAM space (3,7 – 4,0 MB) and traffic (~ 5MB per week).
It doesn’t cause lags, low FPS and other negative drawbacks.
Some people question if the game still downloads in the background if you close BNET and the answer to that question is yes.
Now just some optional things under the security tab there is an option to clear saved emails.
So this tutorial isn't going to be a deep networking tutorial, or how to fix problems with your internet connection, nope.
This tutorial will be aimed towards problems that can happen with the actual client itself that can cause the actual client itself to fail to download a patch or the entire game itself.When we created Battle.net, the idea of including a tailored online-gaming service together with your game was more of a novel concept, so we put a lot of focus on explaining what the service was and how it worked, including giving it a distinct name.Over time, though, we’ve seen that there’s been occasional confusion and inefficiencies related to having two separate identities under which everything falls—Blizzard and The World of Warcraft launcher will always patch the game up to the latest version and download any expansion content that your account is eligible for.It is very much dependant on the 'product level' of your Wo W account.The 2nd part you can see the option for When I launch a game, by default it sets it as keep the window open, I personally would choose exit completely.