It has nothing to do with "blaming" Creator NXT 8. It is simply a fact that some of its drivers conflicted with Core Isolation/Memory Integrity. When installed, I could not enable Memory Integrity. When Creator was totally removed, I could. So it is a simple fact that there was a conflict with the drivers. This is not a guess or assumption, but a fact.
I have been around computers for a very long time, starting with a Commodore 64 in the 1970s, moving up to a 286, and further from there. While I do not consider myself a computer expert by any means, I am far from a novice. Being as that I am in my 60s now, there's a good chance (but no certainty) that I've been using computers longer than you have. Sure, older computers did not have things like Core Isolation/Memory Integrity. So what? Are you suggesting that as new, better security features become available that I should simply ignore them? Sorry, but I am not that naive or stupid, regardless of what you might think. Back in the "old days" when things like Core Isolation/Memory Integrity did not exist, the threats out there from hackers, malware, etc were also not nearly as bad as they are now. Unless you've been living under a rock, you are fully aware that in recent years these threats have gotten MUCH worse and much more sophisticated.
So if your preference is to not use any and all security precautions available to you on your PC, then you are of course perfectly within your rights to do so. Maybe you have less to protect than I do. Whatever. But you have no right to criticize or look down on others that choose differently from you.
It is obvious at this point that you do not agree with the idea of "agreeing to disagree", so it's of no use to continue this discussion. If you choose to rant some more, by all means do so. Maybe you're just a troll. No idea. Just don't expect any more responses from me.