After i've upgraded my pc and done clean install of Windows 10 i keep getting warnings like that:
These files might be harmful to your computer
Your internet security settings suggest that one or more files may be harmful. Do you want to use it anyway?
Whenever i try to drag some files from folders if they are not on the system disk.
I've disabled smartscreen completely, disabled windows firewall, tried putting UAC on the lowest setting and even disabling it through registry (this resulted in a lot of errors and some programs even stopped working and still demanded to be run as administrator), tried changing some permissions in gpedit.msc, tried changing security settings in internet settings like lowering threat levels but nothing helped.
I've also noticed that some programs, like VLC for example, are unable to save their settings unless i run them as administrator now. Also i can't even drag and drop files from archives at all - the mouse cursor just turns to red circle when i try to do it and if i want to unzip some files i get UAC confirmation window first. Also when i try to run .exe's from inside the archive i get "access denied" error and the path to temp folder. I've checked my temp folder in case it had wrong permissions but they seems to be fine.
Is there a way to disable all this security bs?
Edited by Aurelis, 23 August 2015 - 10:13 PM.