Win7 How to turn UAC off
First, let's talk about UAC.
UAC is the abbreviation for User Account Control, also known as the username. Starting with Windows Vista, Microsoft introduced new technologies to improve system security. The user is required to perform, provide permissions or administrator password, in order to improve the security of the system. By validating these operations before they are started, UAC can help prevent malware and spyware from being installed on your computer or making changes to your computer without permission.
Below we take the System House Ghost WIN7_SP1 Pure flagship V3.0 For example, explains how to turn off Win7 UAC service.
1. Click the Windows 7 Start button and enter Msconfig in the input box below. The Win7 system will then eject the System Configuration dialog box. The following figure:
2. Select "Change UAC Settings" and click Start. The User Account Control Settings dialog box pops up. The following figure:
3. Drop down to "never notice" and click OK. This way, the settings for UAC are complete.
4. Note that turning off UAC will not take effect until you restart the computer.