Windows 7 RC

tennant

Active Member
And this is where UAC would shine.

I agree...but my experience is that the people that are happy to use leaked builds are also the same people that disable UAC at the first opportunity!

OK...sweeping generalisations, I know...

Tennant
 

EarthRod

Distinguished Member
And this is where UAC would shine.

I wish UAC would shine - all those little boxes! :eek:

Quite like Windows 7 RC build 7100, but after a week or two of fiddling round with UAC I switched it off. Ahhhhh....the relief!

Don't have anything to do with 'leaked' OS - can't see the point.
 

dave_bass5

Distinguished Member
Don't have anything to do with 'leaked' OS - can't see the point.

The point is the leaked versions are newer and have bug fixes in them.
A lot of people say the latter "leaked" versions run better than the RC. Certainly in my case 7260 runs smoother, with less crashes than 7100.

Each to his own.
 

Singh400

Distinguished Member
I wish UAC would shine - all those little boxes! :eek:

Quite like Windows 7 RC build 7100, but after a week or two of fiddling round with UAC I switched it off. Ahhhhh....the relief!

Don't have anything to do with 'leaked' OS - can't see the point.
UAC was given a major overhaul in 7RC. And as a result, it's much less intrusive. I would highly recommend that you leave it on - but at the lowest setting.
 

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