More user friendly computer.

Posted: 08-31-2008, 12:46 AM

Install the vista!

Add a none admin user for you self and for all other
Put a password on the admin account
Log out and in on your new user account (none admin

When you need admin rights there will come a box where you have to typ
the admin password
This box will probably normal be see if you add and remove programs
and some other thinks like control of user accounts
It is normal if you have install a program you have the rights to ru
it
The message that you need admin rights will be reduced a lot

Only thing you have to remember

1. This box will give access to the admin account
2. The box will not come by self. if it do scan you computer
3. If you account is dame you have to reboot and login as admin an
add a new user account

THINK YOU ABOUT BEFORE YOU TYPE THE ADMIN PASSWORD
This will give you a much more user friendly and secure computer

--
Diblo

More user friendly computer.


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The Bee
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Re: More user friendly computer.
Posted: 08-31-2008, 01:15 AM
Diblo wrote:

<snipped>

sick
Mick Murphy
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Re: More user friendly computer.
Posted: 08-31-2008, 11:48 AM
Hey germ!
I use the web interface; I don't get notification of replies(unticked always).
So, chat with yourself from now on, boofhead.

I am here to help people, not hinder them; unlike you, you grub.
You are the scum of the earth.

They should have you by the middle of Sept.
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Mick Murphy - Qld (Sunshine State) - Australia


"The Bee" wrote:
> Diblo wrote:
>
> <snipped>
>
> sick
>
Wim Hekken ;-)
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Re: More user friendly computer.
Posted: 08-31-2008, 02:23 PM
Mick Murphy wrote:
> Hey germ!
> I use the web interface; I don't get notification of replies(unticked always).
> So, chat with yourself from now on, boofhead.
>
> I am here to help people, not hinder them; unlike you, you grub.
> You are the scum of the earth.
If you use foul language, you loose!
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Rudolpho
The Bee
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Re: More user friendly computer.
Posted: 08-31-2008, 04:34 PM
Mick Murphy wrote:
> Hey germ!
> I use the web interface; I don't get notification of replies(unticked always).
> So, chat with yourself from now on, boofhead.
No, you chat with yourself, you *clown*. You don't mean anything to me
you *clown*. My only reason for posting to you was about you and
Montgomery. I see now why he is on you. You had to have instigated based
on your actions here. You whine like a little girl.
>
> I am here to help people, not hinder them; unlike you, you grub.
> You are the scum of the earth.
What is wrong with you? I think they need to lock you up.
> They should have you by the middle of Sept.
What are you talking about you *clown*? If anything, they should take
your computer away from you and toss you in the wagon on the way to the
asylum.

Who are you? I'll tell you. You are nobody, and don't you ever think
that you are more than that to anyone in any NG.
Mick Murphy
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Re: More user friendly computer.
Posted: 08-31-2008, 08:47 PM
Welllll. I really hit a raw nerve with you, faggot!

Hahaha!
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Mick Murphy - Qld (Sunshine State) - Australia


"The Bee" wrote:
> Mick Murphy wrote:
> > Hey germ!
> > I use the web interface; I don't get notification of replies(unticked always).
> > So, chat with yourself from now on, boofhead.
>
> No, you chat with yourself, you *clown*. You don't mean anything to me
> you *clown*. My only reason for posting to you was about you and
> Montgomery. I see now why he is on you. You had to have instigated based
> on your actions here. You whine like a little girl.
> >
> > I am here to help people, not hinder them; unlike you, you grub.
> > You are the scum of the earth.
>
> What is wrong with you? I think they need to lock you up.
>
> > They should have you by the middle of Sept.
>
> What are you talking about you *clown*? If anything, they should take
> your computer away from you and toss you in the wagon on the way to the
> asylum.
>
> Who are you? I'll tell you. You are nobody, and don't you ever think
> that you are more than that to anyone in any NG.
>
FromTheRafters
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Re: More user friendly computer.
Posted: 08-31-2008, 10:05 PM
"Diblo" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
news:fd0ddff578dbf19d766e5af7386e848b@nntp-gateway.com...
>
> Install the vista!.
Did that.
> Add a none admin user for you self and for all other.
Did that too. Same as what should be done with XP.
> Put a password on the admin account.
Password all acounts - the results are not that inconvenient.
> Log out and in on your new user account (none admin)
>
> When you need admin rights there will come a box where you have to type
> the admin password.
> This box will probably normal be see if you add and remove programs,
> and some other thinks like control of user accounts.
> It is normal if you have install a program you have the rights to run
> it.
> The message that you need admin rights will be reduced a lot.
>
> Only thing you have to remember:
>
> 1. This box will give access to the admin account.
Provides elevation for the action desired (and resulting actions)
but not access to the admin account.
> 2. The box will not come by self. if it do scan you computer.
Yes, it is usually as a result of some action by the user (trying to
execute a program or gain access to some area outside of current
permissions). If it seems to appear without the user having just
tried to do the above, then there might be something else trying
to do those kinds of things - and that is a bad thing.

I know that is what you just wrote. I only hoped to clarify,
since it was a good point to make.
> 3. If you account is dame you have to reboot and login as admin and
> add a new user account.
>
> THINK YOU ABOUT BEFORE YOU TYPE THE ADMIN PASSWORD.
> This will give you a much more user friendly and secure computer.
>
>
> --
> Diblo

The Bee
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Re: More user friendly computer.
Posted: 08-31-2008, 11:45 PM
Mick Murphy wrote:
> Welllll. I really hit a raw nerve with you, faggot!
>
> Hahaha!
The only nerve you have hit Mickey Mouse Murphy is the one in your tail
tucked between your legs. Why you are no more than an old fool, and
you're lonely. And you want to talk about Montgomery with no life and
he's bored? You had better take a long look in the mirror.
Mick Murphy
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Re: More user friendly computer.
Posted: 09-01-2008, 06:16 AM
The only nerve you have hit Mr arnold akaThe Bee (his newest)
Anti on Chicken Little(s)
Junk Yard Dog
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Paul Montgomery
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General Paul Montgomery
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is the one in your tail
tucked between your legs. Why you are no more than a fool, and
you're lonely.
You had better take a long look in the mirror.
LOSERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!

--
Mick Murphy - Qld (Sunshine State) - Australia


"The Bee" wrote:
> Mick Murphy wrote:
> > Welllll. I really hit a raw nerve with you, faggot!
> >
> > Hahaha!
>
> The only nerve you have hit Mickey Mouse Murphy is the one in your tail
> tucked between your legs. Why you are no more than an old fool, and
> you're lonely. And you want to talk about Montgomery with no life and
> he's bored? You had better take a long look in the mirror.
>
The Bee
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Re: More user friendly Geritol and prune juice
Posted: 09-01-2008, 08:01 AM
Mick Murphy wrote:

<snipped>

Geritol and prune juice it will get the meanness out if you, don't kill
the messenger. <g>
 
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