Enable Win’s User Account Control

User Account Control (UAC) notifies you before changes are made to your computer that require administrator-level permission. The default UAC setting notifies you when programs try to make changes to your computer, but you can control how often you are notified by UAC by adjusting the settings.Like

Windows needs your permission to continue

A Windows function or program that can affect other users of this computer needs your permission to start. Make sure to ensure that it's a function or program you want to run.

A program needs your permission to continue

This will happen when a program that's not part of Windows needs your permission to start. It has a valid digital signature indicating its name and its publisher, which helps to ensure that the program is what it claims to be. Make sure that this is a program that you intended to run.

An unidentified program wants access to your computer

This is caused by a program that your administrator has specifically blocked from running on your computer is trying to run. To run this program, you must have an administrator unblock it.

The main reason to use UAC is to prevent malware and spyware from installing or making changes to your computer without your permission.

Here is how you turn the User Account Control feature off:

  • Open User Accounts from Control Panel.
  • Click on turn User Account Control on or off.
  • If You use Win7 then set the level of UAC else
  • Uncheck the box that says Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer.
  • Click Ok. You may have to enter administrator credentials depending on who you are logged in as.
  • Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.


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