Quote: Originally Posted by 714
and disabling that nagging UAC....
One of my "optimizations" that I do for some customers is to set the UAC setting to the lowest on Windows 7/8 machines (effectively disabling it
). This does two things:
1] Faster, more responsive computers due to the fact that UAC uses Direct3D to darken the screen and this is a big deal on older machines that I upgrade to Windows 7/8.
2] More virus infections. Which, in turn, brings me more return customers.
This is also one of the reasons why I don't recommend Kasperksy to anyone
it's nagging Application Filtering is the same damn thing (but better) than UAC.