I do not have a problem with TMM. I also have no reason to use it, however. I have completely disabled PnP and PnP-related services in the past in an effort to make my system more stable. I have eliminated the need for TMM by simply using the Display settings menu to disable TMM. I have also been able to fix the problem of my desktop PC displaying the incorrect resolution by disabling TMM. Finally, I have even been able to stop the problem where my desktop PC will simply display no output to my HDMI output (which I am using as a display). This has nothing to do with Windows 10 - I did it years ago with Windows 8. I have also done this on Windows 7 in the past and it worked.
I have also considered uninstalling windows and buying a different PC, but that's just silly - I'm really not going to do that. (Haven't even bought a new computer yet, so I haven't decided what I'm going to do.)
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EDIT 3 (2015-09-08): I have been informed that I can find the variable in question (TMM) in the registry for Windows 10, but it seems to be a WDM (Windows Driver Model) type of variable. I cannot find any registry entries for it in the Windows 10 image below. But I can find it in the image below for Windows 7. I am also not sure if it is possible to have TMM in both WDM and NDM registry types. However, it is possible to disable DDC/CI detection in Windows 7, and it is probably possible to disable DDC/CI detection in Windows 10, but I have not yet found a way to do it. If you know how, please reply to this comment, or private message me!
EDIT (2015-09-08): I have found a related post and it turns out that disabling DDC/CI in Windows 7 does not work for Windows 10. Disabling DDC/CI in Windows 7 will only disable the detect of DDC/CI compliant displays, but will not disable the detection of monitors without DDC/CI!
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