I'm not a Comp Technician, however I have no problem with any of the things
To disable the UAC prompt run "regedit". Navigate to registry key
and change the value of ConsentPromptBehaviorAdmin to 0 (zero) from 2.
I don't know how you tried to put program shortcuts into a
folder you created in the start menu but I have no problem doing so using
copy and paste.
You can simply drag and drop whatever you like to the Start Menu.
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> "IanInLangley" wrote:
>> I've had Vista a few days and I'm shocked at how tough it is to organize
>> files. MS is poor in general at keeping things that work in one piece but
>> this is ridiculous. I've spent hours trying to put program shortcuts into
>> folder I created in the start menu. To make matters worse explorer
>> even display a fraction of the shortcuts and folders in the start menu.
>> Why???. Even worse I'm prompted by the Admin permission nonsense if I try
>> good old fashioned cut and paste. Why??? Years ago Internet Explorer
>> Favorites were easy to organize and MS went and changed it and made it so
>> difficult I simply started using other browsers... There is never a good
>> reason to change something that works. Windows Explorer worked perfect.
>> now junk. The option of "Classic" Just changes the look not the function.
>> a Comp Technician the first thing I do for people when intrducing them to
>> windows is put a sc to Win Explorer on their desktop and change the icon.
>> I've already downloaded firefox and I suspect I'll be using a 3rd party
>> to organize my files within days..
>> Good Job microsoft! Took 4 days to make me regret upgrading. If someone
>> me is struggling with the basics lord help those who haven't been using
>> windows more than 10 years. What other "enhancements" await me? Not