Account Control Users notify you when potentially dangerous programs try to make changes to your PC, and you can choose when to be notified of changes to your computer or device by changing their settings. For your better reference, this article will introduce how Help with user account control in windows 10.
Stop User Account Control in Windows 10 through Confirmation
- First, launch the UAC popup by running the application.
- Then Press the link Show more detailed links in the window.
- Click Show more details the link will open space and display the Change link when this notification appears. Without delay, click this link.
- And you get a User Account Settings Window. Then move the notification slider to the bottom where it’s written Don’t ever tell and press OK.
Stop User Control in your Windows 10 through Security and Maintenance
- First, open the Control Panel and select the start menu.
- Go to the option called Security and Maintenance.
- Now Security and Maintenance appear on your computer screen.
- You can follow one of the 2 ways written below to open the User Account Control Settings window.
- First, in the left pane of the page, you see a group of 4 links. Press (tap) User Account Control Settings in the second position from the top to make changes.
- Or second, you can expand the Security section by clicking the respective arrow down.
- And then scroll down and find User Account Control in the bottom area. Then
clicks Change settings link.
- The User Account Control Settings window has appeared on your computer screen.
- There you can see the slider that shows the various positions and responsibilities of each of them mentioned beside it.
- By default, the second position from the top then choose …
- Now drag to the last position, Never Notify to successfully disable it.
- Click Ok to save changes.
- If you are asked to validate a password, type your password.
- Then Boot your system again and find the User Account Control that has been stopped. See Also:
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