If you feel confident with taking control of security, you probably don’t need the User Account Control (UAC) that comes with Microsoft Windows Vista. This guide will show you how to turn off the UAC so that it doesn’t bother you any more.
1. Open the Start Menu and select Control Panel.
2. Now select User Accounts
3. Select Turn User Account Control on or off
4. Uncheck the box next to “Use User Account Control (UAC)…” and press OK
You will now be asked to restart your computer to activate your changes. After your computer is restarted you won’t be bothered anymore by the UAC.
If you want to enable the User Account Control again, you simply repeat the above process and at step 4 recheck the box next to “Use User Account Control (UAC)…” and press OK.
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Yeah, I Really used to get annoyed with all those Pop-Ups Popping up!
Yeah, it gets old after a while!
Thank you f or this fun site
mine wont let me change the name of the adminstrator or turn off the uac any ideas i am logged in as the adminstrater but its just named itself sony/s
UAC is so annoying and I never got a Virus on XP, so what will change? Tahnk you!