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Originally Posted by flushentitypacket View Post
Never heard of this method before. Sounds great. However, that would be too much of a hassle for my taste. But yeah, this sounds like a really foolproof way to keep away hijacking programs.
Yeah, it really is a pain at first, but after you get your computer set up, you only need to put the password in when you install new games and programs. Also, in the future, if you do get a virus, wort case scenerio all you have to do is re create the user acct.

And think about it. What is the worst thing a virus could do in that situation... Hack your outlook and send off some emails?
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