Reduce the in-depth level (no. of windows) needed to reach the MODIFY button

I believe that the Application System Activity Control window and the b Access Rights[/b] and Protection Settings windows should be combined into a single one in order to reduce the number of open windows from 4 to 3, in order to access the Modify button’s window.

At the present time you have to go like this: Computer Security Policy (1st sub-window) → Application System Activity Control (2nd sub-window) → Access Rights or Protection Settings (3rd sub-window) → Modifiy button (opens the 4th window).

I say the 2nd and 3rd windows should be made into a single one, having made the present links (buttons) Access Rights and Protection Settings into tabs which will show below them all the subsequent info that you now can find in their respective separate windows.

So then we’ll have: Computer Security Policy (1st sub-window) → Application System Activity Control (2nd sub-window). Here, on this windows we’ll have the two tabs Access Rights and Protection Settings where we’ll be able to access the Modify button. Which will open the 3rd window.

This, will help simplify the interface and access easier all the settings you need. No need to open so many different windows, too.