Some questions:


  1. Posts : 37
    Win 7 Ultimate X64
       #1

    Some questions:


    Win10Pro-x64, i5 2500, 16GB RAM

    1) TrustedInstalleiter: When will you finally make this system easily overridable?
    I'm not even master in my own system then?

    2) UAC: Often I'm prevented from installing programs by UAC, same question: when will you make this finally overridable?
    Had to do quite a few steps to just install Tune Up Utilities, amongst one.
    Quite bloody silly if you ask me.

    3) I run 4 3TB drives, and Explorer botches up quite often (mainly left panel actions).
    Anyway to overcome this, and when will this be fixed?

    4) Home Networking often just fails, making it so that one of the computers fail to access others (read/write) where they worked before.
    When this happens, I need to reset the entire bloody thing, which often takes over an hour.
    Will you PLEASE give us a simplified (optional) version like Windows 7 had for truted computers in a safe home network
    environment?
    I think some might appreciate that.
    Why did you make it so difficult to add a PC to a home network in the first place?
    Makes about as much sense as sowing strawberries on the moon.
    Not at all, thus.

    Thank you very much.
    Xog.
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  2. Posts : 8
       #2

    It does not appear that you have read the note at the bottom of this Forum so I repeat it here:
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    Posts : 2,329
    Windows 10 Pro
       #3

    Now that you are aware that this forum is not Microsoft you are ranting at, here are some answers to your questions.
    1. Trusted installer was used in Windows 7. There are many system files that you shouldn't change or else the computer might not boot. If you mess with permissions on System Files you may not be able to turn them back.
    2. If you don't want UAC, then turn it off. I always turn it off.
    3. You will have to explain what Botched up means, could you be a little more specific? I have several HDD's and I have always seen every drive on the Left hand panel and are easily accessible, unless there is a problem with the drive or the controller, that could cause it to not show up.
    4. Adding a computer to Homegroup is very easy. But, If you don't like Homegroup, then don't use it. I don't use Homegroup and I share files between all of my HDD's locally and across my network.
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  4. Posts : 37
    Win 7 Ultimate X64
    Thread Starter
       #4

    Oi, my bad.
    I googled for the official windows 10 help site, and this one popped up on top...

    My sincere apologies.

    Could you please link me the the right please, Sirs?
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  5. spunk's Avatar
    Posts : 2,329
    Windows 10 Pro
       #5

    Just about all software and hardware companies do not answer general support questions, rants or complaints, except for returns. Rather the Forums or Community are handled by seasoned users who have no connection with Microsoft.
    This is Microsoft's Support site, https://support.microsoft.com/en-us though to answer your questions, they may link you to a Microsoft forum site, again with no one from Microsoft working there.
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  6. Posts : 37
    Win 7 Ultimate X64
    Thread Starter
       #6

    Joyful...
    More roads to nowhere.
    I appreciate your honesty in the matter, Sir.
    And again, my sincere apologies.
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