I decided to finally update Classic Shell from version 4.2.4 to 4.2.5. At first the installer was telling me that 4.2.5 couldn't find the installer package for 4.2.4. WTH! OK - So I fall back and try a repair install of 4.24 first. Which results in an unexpected error and the installer aborts. Then I consider running the installer As Administrator. What do you know, both installers complete without issue when Run As Administrator. I ran version 4.2.4 first. So I can't say if 4.2.5 would have run successfully without running 4.2.4 first. The need to "Run As Administrator" pisses me off, when I am the only user of my machine and have administrator privileges. Running as administrator should be the default in a system run with administrator privileges. Having the option to run as administrator only creates confusion. The average person would have been scratching their head and left to think their machine is broken. In which case many might decide to ignore the error and continue using outdated software. I have to be honest the thought even crossed my mind before I thought about the "Run As Administrator" option.