Re: Something I learned from sm.org
« Reply #15, on June 1st, 2013, 11:28 PM »
Prevention might be better than a post-reminder - separate the buttons better so people don't make the mistake.

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Re: Something I learned from sm.org
« Reply #16, on June 2nd, 2013, 02:51 AM »
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in Vista, UAC would prompt you very, very often, to the point where you'd end up clicking OK just to make it go away unless you were smart enough to turn it off in the first place
lol only a fool would do that

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Re: Something I learned from sm.org
« Reply #17, on June 2nd, 2013, 03:02 AM »
Your bridge is -----> that way :P

Truth be told, using Vista with older software that expects admin-like powers is a frustrating experience and I will admit to disabling UAC on a Vista box in the past. However with Win7 the situation is greatly improved and my laptop does not have UAC disabled.
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