Discard the Windows Vista UAC
User Account Control (UAC) in Windows Vista is a feature to prevent the program install it too arbitrarily. People who can install only those programs that have access as administrator. Although the administrators who install, the program must have access to a new level once tinggu can walk. Levels were determined by the administrator.
This user-level divisions have actually been used, even decades. But, the division is only for servers and mainframe computers. Desktop computer operating systems, especially Windows, not during it. In the MS-DOS, Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows Me, all the user is a super user (super user) can control the PC in full.
he division was a new level in Windows after that. To strengthen the division level, Microsoft is using the UAC in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.
Briefly how it works this way. When a computer user into the standard account, a token contains the standard permits were granted to the user. With a standard license, the user can not make changes that affect the system. He still can create documents, edit photos, or listening to the song. But, he can not install programs, change the settings in the Control Panel, or to update.
Different if the administrator is logged. Accounts were given two tokens. The first token of “appreciation” of the administrator-all actions permitted. The second token is similar to the token given to the standard account. Various applications, including the Windows Shell, run by the second token.
Thus, many applications still can not use Windows resources fully. New applications that can run full if given permission.
In Windows 7, Microsoft’s update UAC. By default, UAC will no longer ask some programs. Some programs still make UAC appears.
UAC was aware of this can be very annoying. Try it note, how many times you must click on the approval for the installation work? PCplus assume you install a program that is already trusted. People who frequently claimed tweaking UAC is often disturbed by this.
UAC is a good goal. But, if it’s too annoying, you can turn it off. The following tricks are hardly a total turn off UAC, though there was 1 trick to turn it off completely. But at least, UAC is no longer so disturbing.
Anyway, just refer to trick-trick.
PCplus not recommend this trick for security. If there are hobby people downloaded the program and try it on your computer, PCplus suggested that UAC is not disabled. But, if you keukeuh because you only use your computer and not a download, please apply this trick.
1. Open the Control Panel.
2. Click “User Accounts”.
3. Then click “Turn User Account Control on or off”.
4. When the dialog box appears, click “Continue”.
5. Uncheck the “Use User Account Control (UAC) to help protect your computer” then click “OK”.
6. Asked to restart the computer? Well done, restart it.