whenever I try to install a program on the mac it makes me confirm that I'm an admin by typing in my password.. even though my account doesn't have a password.
You do have to enter a password to install some programs. But that is hardly what people complained about with UAC.
'superuser' errorevery program I've ever tried to install on the Mac has required me to confirm that I'm an Admin by entering my password..
and even more annoying is that half of them were already installed on the computer, but it wouldn't let me use them, and when I tried to install them it would ask me to confirm that I was an admin and then just fail without telling me why it had failed. And since you can't change install paths on the Mac, it means that I just can't use/install the program AT ALL even though I'm a fucking administrator without getting the superuser, who is out of town, to fork over his god damned password so I can put the application in the "Shared" folder.
That is the stupidest shit I have ever seen.
Well Mac doesn't even know how to fight properly. On one hand they're saying that you can run Windows on their machines, on the other they're saying it sucks. They just can't get past the point that a PC!=Windows because they sell both the hardware and OS themselves
Surely that's pro-microsoft there. Bodyguard next to PC = good security, no?