By Tracey Capen
Windows users are looking for every trick to prevent malware attacks on their PCs.
One question that frequently arises is when, and when not, to run with user administrator rights enabled. The tradeoff is convenience versus security.
- Wisdom of running as limited user
Lounge member David Vanderschel ponders the pros and cons of running under Windows administrator user rights. Several other Loungers chime in with their views on administrator mode and its application in preventing malware attacks. More»
- Converting 2003 template with toolbar to 2007
Lounger gharding asked fellow members the best way to convert Word 2003 templates to Word 2007 and keep a template’s attached toolbar. He received several answers that will help him with the conversion. More»
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