|24 Feb 2010||#1|
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Giving permission to for something to run PERMANENTLY.
Is there any way to get Windows 7 (64bit) not to have to ask permission each time it opens certain specific files?
For security reasons I quite like the idea of most executable files needing to get permission to run, but once I have given permission a couple of times it should remember. Gads! - anyone would think that computers can't think for themselves.
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