Disable UAC (User Account Control)

I'm sure many users Windows Vista I do not know the causes and the importance alert User Account Control (UAC). UAC is a security technology, introduced by Microsoft with Windows Vista, with the purpose of improving anti-malware / virus. This technology is designed to limit user access to certain applications that are not installed with the rank of Administrator. Installed default, Windows Vista creates a user "administrator", but it can not run foreign applications system administrator if access is not real. (Not an exact explanation is just to give you a general idea of ​​UAC). In other words, a user may have administrator privileges, but to run an application, must pass this alert:

User Account Control (UAC)

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For some this message it is stressful and the only way to escape is to disable him ... although I would not recommend to anyone that. Especially if you do not know well executables use and has a powerful antivirus and well set.

Disabling UAC can be done by several methods. Not one to introduce than a simple enough.

Disable UAC (User Account Control) in Control Panel.

- Click "start" (down in the left corner :-))

- Click on "Control Panel"

- Click on "User Accounts and Family Safety"

- Under "User Account" you have the option "Add or remove user accounts". Click on this option.

- You will reach users in the administration page.

- Click on "Go to the main User Accounts page" (somewhere at the bottom find this option)

- Arrive in user administration page and click "Turn User Account Control on or off"(Exactly what you are interested)

- Uncheck the law "Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer"And click OK.

Congratulations! Your computer is not protected by UAC.

Disable UAC (User Account Control)

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