Disable User Account Control

I for one, find Window’s User Account Control to be a nuisance. Does anyone actually like it? The first thing I always do on any PC running Windows is disable UAC.

I for one, find Window’s User Account Control to be a nuisance. Does anyone actually like it? I hate it basically asking “Are you sure you want to do that?” Um, yeah… that’s why I clicked on this. I know it’s for extra security, but come on… Isn’t there a better way?

 

UAC Notification

 

The first thing I always do on any PC running Windows is disable UAC. Of course, I ensure other security measures… but we’ll get to that. If you’re sick of dealing with Window’s UAC, here’s how to disable it.

Click Start and type UAC in the search box. Click on Change User Account Control settings

or

Start > Control Panel > System and Security > Change User Account Control Settings

 

Control Panel Security

 

 

Control Panel UAC

 

Click and drag the meter down to never notify. This will completely turn off all UAC notifications. Once you click ok, you may need to restart your computer for it to take effect.

 

UAC Settings

 

If you plan to turn UAC off, you need to ensure you have Anti-Virus software, Anti-Malware software, and any other tools of your choice installed. I recommend AVG, Malwarebytes, Advanced System Care, and Glary Utilities. All of this software is free to use.