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    How to disable UAC in vista

    Can any one tell me how to Disable User Account Control in VISTA ,, it is really announcing im fed up with those pop-ups from UAC ,, i want to get it off so can any one help me please .

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    Re: How to disable UAC in vista


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    Re: How to disable UAC in vista

    Control (UAC) enabled because it helps protect you from spyware and viruses. If you frequently make configuration changes to your computer and your sick of the UAC confirmation prompts (I feel your pain), you can disable UAC by following these steps:

    1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.

    2. In Control Panel, click User Accounts And Family Safety.

    3. Click User Accounts.

    4. Click Turn User Account Control On Or Off.

    Though the link appears on a single user’s Control Panel page, it will affect all users.

    5. Clear the Use User Account Control (UAC) To Help Protect Your Computer checkbox, and then click OK.

    6. When prompted, restart your computer.

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    Re: How to disable UAC in vista

    Then make a shortcut to 'User Accounts' and drag it into your Start Menu so you can access it easily the next time.

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