Tomorrow I am going to format my computer and install in it Win7.
So, right now my computer is full of crap and runs slow. Every time I format my computer and install windows over it I have that feeling that it runs pretty fast (at least compared to what it was before the format).
This time I was thinking of trying something new. Something along the lines of installing the big programs (Visual Studio, Office, etc) in an Administrator account, so that they could be also used by my regular user account. For all those small programs that require installation but are of dubious origin, I'd thought of installing them right in my user account. I'd then just use the standard user account for my daily routine.
My idea idea would then be from time to time to delete my user account and create another one (or something along the lines), knowing that the important installed software is in the Administrator account (I have all my data in a separation partition so that isn't a problem).
Is this a good idea?
I know I could use a VM to run dubious software in it, but my machine isn't that fast and I'd like to stay away from it if something like the idea above worked!).
I'm all ears to alternative solutions.