Some people do not know how to disable "User Account Control" (UAC) in Windows. This small tool can help. User Account Control (UAC) is strong, but sometimes it is just plain annoying. Disable UAC requires no complex operations and no professional knowledge. This free tool can easily help you take control of this function.
Under User Account Control, if some changes are going to be made that require administrator level permission, Windows will pop-up a dialog box "User Account Control", inform the user "An unidentified program wants access to your computer". Disable UAC, as its name suggests, lets the user turn on/off UAC with one mouse click. FAQs for beginners will be available at disableuac.com. When you enable or disable "User Account Control" (UAC), you must restart your computer for the change to take affect.
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