Perform the following at your own risk
Like them or hate them, you and your users have to deal with User Access Control (UAC) prompts.
First and foremost, UAC in Windows 10 is a necessary evil. Originally, UAC was created to protect Windows Operating systems from unauthorized changes.
In particular, UAC protects against unauthorized changes from misconfigurations, installations, malware, and unapproved actions.
While protecting devices with UAC Windows 10 is critical, UAC comes at the expense of annoying users.
Fortunately, we can provide an easy and secure solution to disable UAC Windows 10. Click here to find out more
How to Disable UAC
Here’s how to turn User Account Control (UAC) on or off in Windows 10. Click on bar to view.
Again, this is NOT recommended since it removes
security from your computer.
- Type UAC in the search field on your taskbar. (If the search field isn’t visible, right-click the Start button and choose Search.)Click Change User Account Control settings in the search results.
- Then do one of the following:
- To turn UAC off, drag the slider down to Never notify and click OK.
- To turn UAC on, drag the slider up to the desired level of security and click OK.
- You may be prompted to confirm your selection or enter an administrator password.
- Reboot your computer for the change to take effect.