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2 years ago

Windows 10 local administrative privileges

It seems as though most of my issues regarding software updates, installations, and compatibility have been centered to one thing : permissions. The ability to read, write, or modify files within a directory, or a sub directory by default, shouldn't be restricted by administrators. How about TrustedInstaller? I don't trust that either. Why is it the owner, and not the Admin, or user that's logged in? From anti cheat and anti virus to my newly created windows.old on a newly installed OS. Permissions aren't handled in a way that they should be. Even local admins have trouble changing ownership to themselves and break software functionality. This wasn't an issue in windows 7 or earlier. Stir some heat, boiz. Let's talk about this.