Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 5th Mar 2009 13:27 UTC
Windows For Windows 7, Microsoft has made some changes to User Account Control to counter the criticism that UAC was too intrusive. It didn't take long before several holes were poked in Windows 7's default UAC settings, and now one is left to wonder: is it wise to sacrifice security for (perceived?) usability? Ars has an editorial that deals with this question.
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RE: That's just crazy talk
by hraq on Thu 5th Mar 2009 20:01 UTC in reply to "That's just crazy talk"
hraq
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2005-07-06

You are smart; this is exactly what I want to say.

Add that 99% of applications out their are single threaded and administrator-sensitive and buggy and not well written and has .... oh my god

I still have to see 1 decent game that uses the quad or octa cores on any system.

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