Hello, I took a very close look at the Alpha of your Curse-Client today and found some things in it that personally bother me a lot. I think I am not alone with that.
On the one hand, it is by no means resource-saving, as you announced, if two programs have to run in your software for one app.
All in all the processes and executed programs are too much. Especially older systems are unnecessarily strained!
In principle, the Overlay/Dock function should not start any processes if it is not activated by the user. I don't understand why you need 5 processes for an overlay! Overlay and also Dock should be completely disableable. Not everybody wants this and it is annoying because it uses resources and space on the screen unnecessarily.
I understand that you want to collect user data, but if you deny this in the setup, it should be switched that way in general and not still partially active in the settings. No means no. This is an interference in the user rights and should be fixed immediately!
To Curse Forge itself:
Addons that should be ignored, because they are updated directly by the provider, should not be displayed as Errors and/or prompted to uninstall/reinstall.
The view should be customizable. The advertising area should be, at least partially, moveable to the right. Advertising is fine, to support the authors, but how big we see it should still be the decision of the users. Again, not everyone has a huge monitor.
Currently the merge to Overwolf for the mod management of WoW is more a step backwards than forward. You promised to make the software better. A promise that is not so easy to realize, because the client was already almost perfect. So far the software is bloated, some unnecessary.
If this does not change, you will surely alienate and lose several users. Unfortunately I had to realize that from then to now nothing really changed in the policy of the company. Therefore I have to assume that there will be no reaction or only general promises without changes.