Hi,[quote=31049;2074632]I have read about “Administrative Permission” but I don’t know what it means.[/quote]Check Windows Help about details.
In a nutshell:
Windows supports several user types with different permissions.
With administrative permissions (Windows default), the user has full access to the system. This kind of user type should only be used if maintenance tasks (installing software, updating drivers etc) are to be done. Not for normal work, surfing etc, unless you are proud supporter of several botnets.
Users with restricted permissions can’t write to essential system folders and registry keys. For normal work, internet access etc, these permissions are highly recommended.