Saturday, 14 April 2007
- Click "Start", goto "Run"- Type "msconfig" and click "OK"
- Click the "Tools" tab (See picture below)
Scroll towards the bottom of the list and click "Disable UAC" Click the "Launch" button This will require a re-boot.
Method 2 - Using Control Panel- Click "Start", goto "Control Panel"
- In the search text box near the top right of the screen type "user account control" (See pic below)
Simply click "Turn User Account Control (UAC) on or off"
Set it to off. This may require a reboot.
NOTE: There are other ways to disable UAC. One is to use registry editor (regedit), the other is to use group policy. These are slightly
more complicated than the above mentioned. The methods listed above should suffice for most users!
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