In earlier versions of Windows we were advised not to login as admin for everyday computing but to login as an ordinary user instead for security reasons. Now I have Windows 8.1 and discovered that I am always "admin" and that in order to create a regular user account it's different. I would have to create a new Windows account with it's own email address and so on... I went to Best Buy computers and asked the Windows representative about this and he wondered that I even cared about being online as "admin". "It doesn't make any difference" he said. What??? All these years we were advised to be careful and now it doesn't make any difference? What gives? He acted as though he didn't know what I was talking about. So what's the deal here folks? Do I need to forget those earlier admonishments and go ahead as "admin"?