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A Real Vista Time Saver For Running Programs Elevated

I’m not sure what’s a bigger timesaver from this Lifehacker post:

    That you can run a program in Windows Vista with administrator priveleges by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER when it is selected in the Start Menu

OR

    That you can hit confirm in the elevation dialog (which asks if you want to run a program as administrator) by hitting ALT+C

The second one is really obvious, but will probably save me more time, since I never thought of it. Both deserve to be put to good use.

August 29th, 2007 Posted by Nathan Weinberg | Vista, Windows, General | no comments



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