Posted 16 February 2007 - 08:13 AM
Set it up normally (since Microsoft has been pushing the "least privileged user" for a while, I'd expect their software to comply with it).
If you do have problems with setup, you can run setup as an Administrator and in XP SP2 compatibility mode. Then, once it's installed, instruct the Shortcut to the program to run as an Administrator and in XP SP2 compatibility mode.
I use AVG Free on my Vista and it runs without problems. Although I don't think that Windows Defender is the best product out, it's certainly good enough for most purposes (and it's integrated into Vista) when it comes to anti-spyware. Also, the Windows Firewall will work OK without throwing additional stuff that your grandmother would have to learn about.
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