When you installed Zygor Guides Free Trial, quite a number of entry & files were created in the Windows Registry (What is Windows Registry) and hard drive, while running the default uninstaller always failed to remove all these data, it leaves us to manually track down and delete the leftovers inside the computer. This is an optional step, you can skip it and call it a day, but if you keep ignoring this every time you uninstall a program, your computer registry may become overloaded as such useless data accumulating, thus lead to system slowing down. Though it is optional, it is still recommended to do it as a good practice of using your computer.
People are never going to learn that sites like Zygor Guides, Dugi, and other premium site actively search out accounts that leak and share the guides and close them down thus cutting off OUR SOURCE OF CURRENT UPDATES! They use methods much like Whoknowsit did by embedding an encrypted tag somewhere with your username or account number so they can trace the leak back to the account. Just as Whoknowsit did.
Disable alpha versions in your Curse client if you do not want multiple updates per day. Make sure you check main download preference as well as DBM's individual download preference. You could have primary method set to release and dbm still set to alpha. Right click on DBM itself in curse client addon list and set it to release/beta to avoid the daily updates.
What am I supposed to do now? Is there a way to get the curse client working again? I've googled it but haven't found any useful results. Do I have to uninstall & re-install it from scratch? Has the Curse client been taken permanently offline, meaning that it's no longer viable software? Do I have to install a Twitch client and manage my WoW addons from there? If so, do I have to re-install all my addons from scratch, or will they somehow carry over from Curse to Twitch?