One of the instructions are to go to my computer and right click, or right click on the desktop icon of my computer (If you have one) and do it from there. That's all well and good but that doesn't do the person reading it any good when they have to locate the MY computer option that no one has bothered to explain how to locate. The point I'm making is if people are going to post how to instructions, stop missing steps that are needed in order to be able to finish following the instructions.
If I want to access the control panel to shut off the UAC (USER ACCOUNT CONTROL), I shouldn't have to open the search and type Control panel to locate it user accounts. This is something that should be accessible from the settings/start menu in this mess. now people will no doubt start posting how to access it multiple ways, but there is no point, considering I already accessed it and also explained how I accessed it.
Instead what people should be doing with their efforts is either explaining how to attach the control panel to this metro start menu, or at least trying to figure out how to access things a lot easier. Because even though the metro UI takes a bit to getting used to (For those not used to it) I don't think i have to explain how irritating it is to have to go through so much trouble to find something that should already just be there..Hell just about every other thing is.
Another annoying aspect I want to complain about is how even after shutting off the UAC (Just like in Windows xp, Vista, and 7) and Me being the administrator, why is it everything i run through Windows 8 won't run unless I go to the icon I want to launch in the Start menu, right click it, and then select RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR option, and if I don't, it doesn't let me run half the crap I want to run.
If the UAC is shut off, and I am the administrator, then there is absolutely no reason for this to still require me to run something as administrator.
Edited by tx3000, 22 September 2012 - 06:59 PM.