UAC was actually the first thing I disabled after I installed Win 7
I don't see where it mentions anything about the administrator account though in that link...
I can see the merit of this when in a networked situation or when multi users is involved but for myself personally... I like to be logged in at the highest elevated state possible so I never have to elevate a window or log in as a different user. every extra click pisses me off... I spend a lot of time on computers and hate wasting time.
- Well yeah, I'm sure it is better to have this enabled by default, as the average user really doesn't care. But people that know what they're doing on their computer, that have only ONE user account on the machine, should be able to be the administrator and not have to "run as administrator" ever.
Is this not possible?