Re: Use Standard account, even if you're the only user?
Use the Standard account. Make sure you leave User Account Control on. If
you perform something that requires administrator privileges, you will be
prompted to enter the admin password to continue. This also allows you to
right click a file or program and select the Run As Administrator option.
"Toon" <Toon@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> If you're the only user, do you create a standard account to use for
> files and such, and use Administrator account only for changing settings
> loading programs? When I first started my new computer, it created an
> Administrator account, I added a password, but when I tried to load
> I kept getting a message that I didn't have permission. HP Support had me
> delete password, load driver in safe mode. Had huge problems thereafter.
> Don't think you should load a program that's not for Vista in Safe Mode,
> if Support tells you to. Finally had to reset computer to factory
> Solved some problems, but I still had weirdness when installing drivers
> untill I created a Standard User account and gave Administrator account a
> password. So far so good. Seems silly to have to use two accounts when
> the only one. I've been two months getting starting with my new computer,
> I think I'm on my way.