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I guess now that Microsoft will say in the future that Vista was developed to take more system resources on purpose,so people must buy stronger hardware for nothing.
UAC is annoying.. I hate it... even when I disable it on my vista HD I still get that little pop up ini the bottom right telling me my system is not secure... lame..
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BigWop:it doesn't have to be compeltely disabled and the admin user won't get the annoying prompts.
I've only used Vista for about 5 minutes (literally), so does this mean that as an admin user you won't receive any prompts? To me that doesn't sound like a good solution either. I've never personally had to deal with UAC, but whenever I hear about it it always makes me question why MS didn't just take a page out of Ubuntu's book and implement sudo-ish system.
JeffB:If that was the goal...mission accomplished.
No kidding. Its anyoing as hell but thats why on the first reboot of the OS thats turned OFF.
Turning this off is the way to go. I am no idiot, and I know that crysis.exe is a trusted application...stop asking me if I want to allow it or not!
Or do you want ot open, install, copy, delete anything
Yes they wanted to irritate people so the developers would learn to write proper code. We're still waiting on that..
instead of users being annoyed by the software developers they're mad at Microsoft go figure. If it was Apple they would be praising Lord Jobs for his forward thinking.
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