For some reason, when I first turned on my laptop upon purchasing it...and after doing a factory restore (which is like if I first opened it) I noticed that I can run the application M.U.G.E.N, which is a 2D fighting game application. However, after downloading some programs like:
Yahoo Messenger, AOL Explorer, DivX, Xvid, Limewire, Frostwire, Opera browser, Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, Google Sketchup, iTunes, Quicktime, Video LAN, PSP Video 9, utorrent, Leawo Free FLV Converter and Free Video Accelerator, and a few more...
I can still run MUGEN, except...some stage mp3's do not play, all of a sudden.
However, when I create a new user account, and play FROM THAT user account...Mugen seems to run smoothly.
All of the above has been tested out TWICE (when I first used the laptop, and after doing a factory restore).
So...it is a combination of using the default user account, and having downloaded the programs above. However, not having downloaded these programs and/or playing from a different account seems to bypass the problem.
I was just wondering if there is ANYTHING about a default admin account that makes it special from any other admin account that you or I can create. I have another question following this about directories but this is my main concern now. Is there anything (even small things) special about the first admin account or is it like any other admin account? Because I was considering deleting it and just using another admin account...