Well, both ways, of course, are possible, just dependent on one's own needs. Certainly it's possible, too, to import a registry file with some tweaks at T-13 mark. But many installation routines only write data into registry's HKCU hive and I don't really want to search for those entries and add them to every user manually; this can be done much more nicer by let's call it "T-13-method". Yeah, and what is even more, often some files are copied to Application Data in the profile folders directory and so on, these files will be copied later to every newly created user account automatically which wouldn't be the case if I don't install software during T-13
I understand ! Thanks for your explanation. Havenīt thought about this yet. I wish more software developers would install for all users by default.
Furthermore: for daily work one should never use admin rights.
Are you really really doing this yourself ?
I know of course that it would be better to work with restricted rights but there are far too many problems currently with different applications so it is a real pain to do this. Also, since I am the only user on my PC I like to do all kinds of administrative tasks while doing other stuff on my PC so I would need to constantly switch between Administrator and User account. Not really my idea of working with a PC.
Security is important and I do whatever I can but I donīt want to restrict my rights while I am doing stuff on my PC.
Things are different for companies or more public PCīs, I agree.