_If you're a Windows programmer today, then depending on your age, most likely you got your start programming one of Microsoft's early platforms, DOS, 16-bit Windows, or Windows 9x. ... Programmers quickly learned that Windows was a single-user system, and security wasn't part of the picture._ > > _..._ > > _It's obvious that individual programmers need to learn how security works on this platform. I believe that a great way to start is to run from day to day as a normal, non-privileged user._ > >
Enough other people have been making this move, especially recently, so I’m going to give it a go and then find out what breaks.