Windows 10 has User Account Control (UAC for short). Microsoft introduced UAC in Windows Vista (and Windows Server 2008) to protect unwanted elevated commands on your system. Before such commands are executed the computer will ask you for Administrator rights, which protects your operating system and your personal files.
In this article we will show you how to enable the Administrator Prompt in Windows 10 but also how to disable the Administrator Prompt in Windows 10.
How to Enable or Disable the Administrator Prompt in Windows 10
- Right-click the Start Menu icon and choose Run. Or alternatively press the Windows and R key on your keyboard at the same time.
- Once the Run window has opened, enter wscui.cpl
- Now click on Change User Account Control settings.
- To disable User Account Control drag the bar completely to the bottom (Never Notify). To enable User Account Control drag the bar away from Never Notify to a setting you prefer.
We hope this article helped you on how to enable User Account Control in Windows 10 but also on how to disable User Account Control in Windows 10. If you need any help feel free to comment below.