Among the millions of applications written for Windows, I assume there are probably quite a lot that are too old or too sloppy to run without administrative rights.
To convert users to using non-admin accounts in their day-to-day use of Windows, I need a tool that will sort applications between those than can run safely as non-admin and those that expect to have those rights and will thus show some obvious or not-so-obvious wrong behavior as a result.
Does someone know of such a tool that would be available for XP/Vista/7, and either scan the whole disk for unsafe applications, or would be started at boot time and lurk in the background so that it would show a pop-up and report applications that triggered an error because of this lack of admin rights?
BTW, I know about Process Monitor, but I'm looking for user-oriented tools. Ideally, the app will either display a user-friendly tool explaining why the app failed and/or send me an e-mail so that I can help them out. Thank you.