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How to run a program in Vista with administrator rights

How to run a program in Windows Vista with administrator rights: Typically when you launch a program that requires administrative rights in Windows Vista, you are prompted for administrator credentials to continue. Sometimes, programs that were designed for older systems such as Windows XP may not even run or could be limited in functionality if they are not launched with administrator rights. In the following tutorial, I'll cover the process of launching a program with administrator credentials. In addition I'll show you how to make it so that programs are automatically launched with administrator rights and how to ensure that they run compatible with Vista if the program was produced for an older version of Windows.

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How to Add and Remove programs in Windows Vista

So your looking to add/remove programs in Windows Vista? In Windows XP, there was an applet named add/remove programs located in the control panel. In Vista, the naming structure has changed a bit. The new applet for adding and removing programs in Vista is simply called "programs" or "programs and features" for those using the classic menu.

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Remove the OEM Branding on Windows Vista

Removing the OEM Branding of Windows Vista: The following tutorial covers how to add, remove, edit, change and modify the factory OEM branding that comes Windows Vista from system manufacturers. OEM's typically include their logo and other system builder information in the System information applet when the install Windows. The goal of this tutorial is to enable a user to customize the OEM "logo" and "manufacturer" information of the users Vista machine.

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