Windows Vista – You Have The Right!

Local Security Policy TutorialUser Account Control (UAC) is enabled by default in windows Vista. Microsoft recommends leaving it enabled to protect against the installation and execution of malicious software. This results in pop-up warning messages.

However if you are confident that your installed applications running are safe you may be finding the User Account Control pop-ups messages annoying when asking you always for permission to proceed to do simple tasks? You can control the behavior of UAC through the local computer policy.

Disable it with for example with these easy steps in my video tutorial [Watch the video]


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~ by PCWizKid on April 29, 2007.

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