Disable User Account Control on Wın 7 • 8 • 8.1 • 10 • UAC
Disable User Account Control on Wın 7 • 8 • 8.1 • 10 • UAC by 17th October 2015

User Account Control on Wın 7 – 8 – 8.1 – 10 • UAC

In some situations we come across with User Account Control UAC. At those moments, we mostly click on “Agree – Accept – Allow exc. ” And move on to complete our process. With disable user Account Control, also know as UAC. We Will be not prompted to Allow anything. These process are all the same on Win 7 • win8 • 8.1 • Windows 10 Operating Systems

Warning: Disabling User Account Control will occur Security Problems

How to Disable User Account Control on Windows 7

Just go to Start and type “ UAC “ and you will see the “Change User Account Control Settings “ on top of the menu.

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UAC as you can see helps prevent potentially harmful programs from making changes to your computer. You can move the icon up and down “ UP is Security – Down is No Security:) . So it’s all up to you where to stop.

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We can only advice high security. But if you don’t want to be notified every time you know what to do.

How to Disable User Account Control on Windows 8 and Windows 10

Disable User Account on Windows 10

Disable User Account Control on Win 8 and Windows 10 is same as we did on Windows 7.

Just hit Windows button on your keyboard to reach te start screen level and start typing “UAC” You will see the menu comes up “User Account Control Settings (UAC)” Click  “Account Control Settings” 

Now set the Security level as much low security you want as and set it.

How to disable user account control on windows 10

After you set the level of security on User Account Control, then you need restart your computer for the changes. Again warning you guys not to go quick on this. Enabling and Disabling things on Windows 10 – 8 computers can occur high security problems for that. Try not to lower anyting on windows. 

This User Account Control article is a how to article so, it up to you to apply settings.

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