Sven Groot wrote:
SlackmasterK wrote: I fear that by giving everyone Vista, productivity may be offset by that 15% based on the time it takes to authorize every little action (i.e. double click an app, click 'yes I really meant it'). Oh, and also this would lead to more leaks. Tons of 'em.
If I can go many days without ever having to runas anything in XP while running as a limited user (which I do 100% of the time), it should be equally possible to go days without seeing a UAP prompt in Vista. UAP is mainly a factor when you're installing stuff or changing system-wide settings, which most people don't do on a day-to-day basis.
These aren't most people, these are Microsoft people - Which, according to Scoble, are smart. Therefore, they probably don't use a computer the way most people do.