Windows 7: How to Turn On or Turn Off User Account Control?
The User Account Control (UAC) helps prevent and protect users’ data from unauthorized users to make changes on your Windows 7-based computer. But, that’s not all; User Account Control also informs users of any change which require administrator-level permission, before anyone attempts to make any change on your PC.
For various reasons, you may want to turn on or turn off User Account Control on your Windows 7 system. If you are searching for steps, then check out this easy DIY guide below:
- Click on theÂ “Start”Â buttonÂ and open “Control Panel”
- In the search box, typeÂ “uac” and then clickÂ on “Change User Account Control settings”
- You can either:
- To turn off UAC, move the slider to theÂ “Never notify”Â position, and then click “OK”.Â You will need to restart your computer for UAC to be turned off.
By following these steps, you can either turn on or turn off the UAC on a Windows 7 computer. We recommend you watching this video to check out these steps clearly and learn easily.
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