How To Disable Vista User Account Control
Windows Vista is Microsoft’s next operating system after its highly successful predecessor, Windows XP. I bought an OEM copy of Windows Vista Home Premium a few months ago alongside some computer hardware that were meant for a pc upgrade. As expected, the installation was a breeze, but there is a security feature in Windows Vista that made me felt uneasy, which is the User Account Control that pops-up every time you want to install or run an application.
So, how to disable the User Account Control in Windows Vista?
Here are the solutions that I’ve tested to be successfully working:
Method 1 : Using msconfig utility
1.Go to run/start search menu. Type in “msconfig” (without quotes) and press enter run the utility.
2.Click on Tools tab. Click on Disable UAC and then “Launch”. A command prompt window will open stating that the operation has completed successfully.
3.Restart your computer.
Method 2 : Using Control Panel
1.From start menu, go to Control Panel
2.Click on Add/Remove User Account
3.Click on “go to the main User Account page” link.
4.Click on Turn User Account Control on or off. Unchecked the check box that will appear next.
5.Reboot your computer.
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