This from BetaNews (link opens in new window): Giving a nod to developers who’ve apparently given a lot of feedback, as well as “certain commercials,” Microsoft’s platform chief Steven Sinofsky acknowledged that perhaps User Account Control in Windows Vista may have been…a little annoying. In turn, Windows 7 has additional UAC settings. Fortunately for my own sanity, I haven’t had to jump through any hoops with UAC to get my code working, but that’s mostly because I deal with server-side code now.  While the developer perspective is interesting, it’s really the user perspective that’s important to me, as someone who is concerned with the overall state of desktop security.  Developers are not only in the minority, we also don’t have[…]