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How-To: Disable User Account Control (UAC) in
Windows Vista

How-To: Disable User Account Control (UAC) in Windows Vista

Some people absolutely hate Windows Vista, and some love it, but they all agree on one thing: Vista's new security feature UAC (User Account Control) is very annoying. For almost anything (Ok; Maybe I'm stretching it a little) you do, Vista asks: Would You Like to Be Less Productive? Cancel or Allow. Sometimes when you are installing lots of programs or performing lots of administrative tasks you want a way to rid of the annoying prompts. While there is a way to do this, let me make one suggestion: Do not disable UAC for extended periods of time. If you leave it off your computer will be very vulnerable to attackers. Read More...

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