.. that is the question. Whether t'is nobler to suffer the annoyingly constant 'are you sure' popups, or .......... hark, do I hear shouts of 'get off' emanating from the cheap seats? .... or just turn the damn thing off ........... OK, OK, I'll quit if UAC quits.
I have no doubt that in a commercial setting, UAC will be a boon to system admins. I have no doubt that UAC will be boon to some families. To me, a single user, a dedicated machine, and a firm believer in the practice of 'safe hex', UAC is a PITA, and I am glad that the facility can be turned off.
However, turning UAC off also sends IE7 into unprotected mode. Why do I have to suffer being asked if I really want to move a jpeg file from Mike's Documents to an archive folder on another drive in order to get protection from some as yet unknown threat via the web? Thank heavens for SpywareBlaster.
Sun, Dec 10 2006 13:47