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Old 10. May 2015, 02:13 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by paul_walker View Post
You had one in tech support called tweaker or something like it. I hoped it would be something which didn't need administrative rights because that is the case of one of the computers I do charity work on. BUT: that's the 1st thing it was go to Windows 7 account control.
Generally, any program that "tweaks" Windows is going to need administrative privileges. It is good security policy to check when something tries to make changes in system or Registry settings.
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