Vista is incomplete??

Microsoft Vista, the latest operating system released by Microsoft, hit the market with a big bang. Vista was so beautiful and rich in graphics but I really found it to be a pain in the ass. This was because I had to endure many “are you sure” messages which were really really very troublesome.

I found the following article in which it explains that Vista is incomplete. I think it’s quite interesting. Check it out at

6 Responses to “Vista is incomplete??”

  • anoj Says:

    you can deactivate those annoying prompting windows by following these steps..

    1. Click on Start button.

    2. In the Search box, type in command Prompt. Command Prompt will show up in the search result.

    3. Right click on Command Prompt icon and select Run as administrator.

    4. In the Command Prompt window, type in secpol.msc to bring up Local Security Setting management console.

    5. Expand Local Policies and click on Security Options. Scroll down to find User Account Control: Behavior of the elevation prompt for administrators in Admin Approval Mode. Double click on the entry and change the setting to No prompt. Update: In Vista RC1, the wording has been changed to Elevate without prompting.

    6. The change made in Local Security Setting is not immediate. To force the change immediately, go back to the Command Prompt (cmd) window and type in gpupdate.

  • anoj Says:

    Or else

    1. Open Control Panel.

    2. Under User Account and Family settings click on the “Add or remove user account”.

    3. Click on one of the user accounts, for example you can use the Guest account.

    4. Under the user account click on the “Go to the main User Account page” link.

    5. Under “Make changes to your user account” click on the “Change security settings” link.

    6. In the “Turn on User Account Control (UAC) to make your computer more secure” click to unselect the “Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer”. Click on the Ok button.

    7. You will be prompted to reboot your computer. Do so when ready.

    In order to re-enable UAC just select the above checkbox and reboot.

    Have fun with vista!!! 🙂

  • Nimantha Baranasuriya Says:

    Thanks Anoj. I am not a Vista user. I tried out sometime back. Your tips will certainly come in handy. 🙂

  • anoj Says:

    hehe no problem machoo..anyways nice blog!!! keep ti up!!

  • Chamitha Says:

    Oh man… u just have to disable UAC… Vista is better than XP – Or do u think microsoft is lame enough to market it… It’s tht still sm applications arent compatible with vista – but almost all I do does – he he… Put some additional RAMs an Vista will perform like XP couldn’t ever imagine (atleast tht’s what Bill Gates will hope;) ) LoLz!

  • நிமல்/NiMaL Says:

    Disable UAC and running vista is like driving a 4WD on 3 wheels 🙂

    Any way lots of people do that, (not me though)…

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