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How might I momentarily 'disable UAC' in Win7 64bit?

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hippiekarl

Thanks! Most of the comments below the archived articles were from folks who'd just left it off, and one noted that MS even admitted--get this--that the reason for the gratuitous prompts was 'to annoy end-users'...and that was supposed to result in 3rd party software vendors 'writing better code'! Not only *look who's talking*, but it supposes that instead of being irritated at MS, users (customers) would bring some unknown pressure on software firms. Boycott Adobe?! Grass-roots letter-writing campaign?! That's just bizzarre......