User Account Control (UAC) is a feature that has been deployed on the Microsoft system since Windows Vista. The function can be a bit annoying because of your constant requests for authorization for any action on the computer. However, it is worth mentioning that UAC is an important security tool, which monitors changes in the system.
In newer versions of Windows, the function is more streamlined and with less user interaction. However, if the feature is not required for you, you can disable it. Here's how to do this in Windows 10.
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Here's how to disable user account control in Windows 10
Step 1. Click the search box and type "uac" (without the quotation marks). Then click on the "Change User Account Control settings" result;
Accessing the UAC Settings
Step 2. In the "User Account Control Settings" window, simply drag the slider to the notification setting you want to use. In the default configuration, the user will be notified whenever an application tries to make changes to the PC;
Default UAC configuration
Step 3. Dragging the control to the next marker, which is below the default setting, you will use a less radical option. It should be used on PCs that (for whatever reason) take too long to darken the screen;
Configuring UAC to notify less
Step 4. At the last markup, you will use the "Never Notify" configuration option. This pretty much shuts off the feature because there will be no notifications about changes you've made or changes made by apps;
Configuring UAC to Not Report on Changes
Step 5. After choosing the configuration, click the "OK" button to confirm the change.
Confirming the change
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