Elite Gamer is built to be optimized from the very first launch, but there are a couple of reasons why you would need to access the settings. Here we'll break down each setting and why you would use it!
HOW TO ACCESS
First things first, how do you access your settings? You can access them by clicking on your profile icon once you've signed in:
Or you can access them directly from the Dashboard page; clicking on the ⚙️ next to your username:
Now that you know how to get there, let's talk about each page.
On this page, you can find your profile details. You can change your player icon and nickname, reset your password, and view your current active game connections. You can change your icon and nickname by pressing edit under your username.
The Interest menu is used to personalize your experience in the feed and better game recommendations within GameBoost!
This page is used for linking your social accounts to Elite Gamer. Once linked, you can use these credentials to login and see what your friends are up to.
Session & Network.
This page is used to control networking settings. Currently, the only option here is DCSP. This setting adds priority to the packets on your network For DSCP, this is meant to aid in improving your latency when using wifi to game. DSCP marks packets as "important" and makes sure these packets leave your network before other packets, like Windows Update traffic or other network noise. It's currently in an experimental phase, but feel free to enable and let us know how it works for you.
The Launch page controls Autoconnect and Start with Windows. When Start with Windows is enabled Elite Gamer will open when you start up your computer. Autoconnect to Games on Launch allows Elite Gamer to automatically start a connection when it detects that supported games have been launched. This is helpful for when games are easier to open via Windows, like Call of Duty or Overwatch.