Jun 032008

Microsoft’s advertising has stressed the new security features found in Windows Vista. From the user perspective, one such feature, User Access Control, is arguably the most noticeable enhancement. User access control is a mechanism by which users — even administrators — perform common Windows tasks with non-administrative rights, or as a standard user. Before administrative tasks can be performed, users must actively approve actions that could be potentially dangerous to the computer.

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