First thing I do is enable the admin account (before installing programs) then delete the account that was made during setup. No virtualization of folders or registry entries and no UAC (or run as admin) when running on the admin account. For Windows Vista Ultimate /Business/ Enterprise versions : Click on Windows Vista Start, and type in “secpol.msc” in the search area and click Enter. (You may receive a prompt from UAC,(User Account Control) approve/login and proceed) In the left list, choose “Local Policies“, then “Security Options“ Set “Accounts: Administrator account status” to Enabled. Set “User Account Control: Admin Approval Mode for the Built-in Administrator account” to Disabled. For Windows Vista Home Basic / Home Premium versions: Click on Windows Vista Start, and type in “cmd” in the search area, right click on “Command Prompt” and select ‘Run as Administrator” option from the opened context menu. In the opened elevated command prompt type in “net users Administrator /active:yes” (Note the capital “A” in Administrator) and press Enter, you will get a confirmation as “The command completed successfully”. Click on Windows Vista Start again, and type in “regedit” in the search area and click Enter to open the Windows Vista registry editor.Then navigate to the following Windows Vista registry key:[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System] Double click on “FilterAdministratorToken” and set it to “0“ Log off the computer and when you return to the login screen you will see the administrator account. Login with admin account then rename the account if you want to. Since you now are total admin there is no reason to have the "run as administrator" option in the right-click context menu. The reg files in the zip can remove or add it for you.