Quote: Originally Posted by z3r010
Totally agree m8, I couldn't see any way they could keep it as it was without the negative reporting putting down any future releases.
Thankyou, This is the problem
Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2
Unfortunately, the general public is not you and me. They would likely be lulled into a false sense of security by having the pop ups set at the low level - in reality that could have easily been breached.
If I may quote Oscar Wide again - "Never overestimate the intelligence of the audience"
I think it all depends on which angle you see it from.
You cant protect joe public if he is not willing to protect himself, but you can try!
Vista's UAC is right. But to many are complaining so now we have a no win solution because Microsoft is bowing to Peer pressure