Maybe I am too dumb for computers in general, but I am certainly too dumb for Windows 7.
On the process line I see the shortcut to Explorer > Libraries. It is clearly a limited rights
-version. This is my first problem. I have no guest accounts, I am The single user
Administrator, so how on earth can it be that this Explorer doesn't give me an administrator's rights?
I have QTTabbar installed. When I open one of the folders I have made shortcuts for in
Explorer via QTTabbar, I have elevated rights. But never when I click the default Explorer shortcut in the process line. I have tried to remove it from the process line and pin a new shortcut, from a situation when all tabs were made by QTTabbar (and as such should give me Admin's rights), but the shortcut turned out to open a "normal" less rights
the QTTabbar version with elevated rights I was hoping for.
What have you "single-user-administrators" done? Did you shake you shoulders and gave in?
Or are any of you genuine
Administrators of Explorer? If Yes: How?
Explorer with ten QTTabbar -tabs: