> Why does the windows installer require a password for the superuser
> account, since it's perfectly legitimate not to have a password on that
> account? I could see perhaps producing a warning, but making this a hard
> requirement seems like overkill.
Security out of the box. There are few, if any good reasons not to have
a password on the account, and if you really want to remove it, you can
do so in psql or pgAdmin.
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