What about creating new account with password from 'DOS'?It's easier that way every time the UAC pops up. Just hit Enter. But I found today that a certain program wouldn't run in Task Scheduler without an actual password. And it appears that you can't go in and add a password once Windows is installed.
Well, you can. But apparently TaskManager doesn't recognize that you added a password. I had to reinstall Windows and start fresh.
Perhaps Kasual should add this to his list of "what not to remove." (It's not really a program or a component. But something that you shouldn't 'remove.')
Proves that windows can be made to behave, it takes a lot of work but the result is worth it. Ive got ltsc well and truly tamedBlender in Linux ran the same as Blender in my 'Lited Win8.1