09-09-2012 01:07 PM
This is more to satisfy my curiosity since I worked around it, but is there a way to install Nook for PC for another user on the PC without making that user an adminstrator. I'm setting up a separate account on my PC and don't want it to be an administrator account. When I logged in, I noticed that Nook for PC wasn't there, although many other programs I've installed under my account are. The only way I could install it was to set the other account as an administrator, install Nook for PC and then reset it back to a standard account.
I know some software asks if you want it to be available for all user accounts, just wondered if this was the only way to get this done?