Disable UAC

Disabling the UAC.

Disabling the User Account Control (UAC) feature in Windows is generally not recommended unless you have a specific need or advanced technical knowledge. UAC is a security feature designed to protect your computer from unauthorized changes by notifying you and asking for permission when a program or system change requires administrative access. Here are a few reasons why disabling UAC may not be advisable:
  1. Security risks: UAC helps prevent unauthorized changes to your computer, such as the installation of malicious software or system modifications that can compromise your system's security. Disabling UAC removes this layer of protection and increases the risk of unauthorized actions being performed without your knowledge or consent.
  2. Malware and exploits: Without UAC, malware and exploits can more easily perform malicious actions on your computer, as they won't be restricted by UAC prompts. Disabling UAC can make your system more vulnerable to malware infections and targeted attacks.
  3. System stability: UAC helps ensure system stability by preventing unauthorized changes to critical system files and settings. Disabling UAC increases the risk of accidental or unauthorized modifications that can lead to system errors, crashes, or instability.
  4. Best practices: UAC is considered a best practice for security on Windows operating systems. It is recommended by Microsoft and cybersecurity experts as an essential component of maintaining a secure computing environment.

While there may be specific cases where temporarily disabling UAC is necessary, such as troubleshooting or working with certain legacy applications, it is generally advised to keep UAC enabled to maintain the security and stability of your system. If you encounter frequent UAC prompts that disrupt your workflow, you can adjust the UAC settings to a lower level rather than disabling it completely.

This command will Disable UAC.

reg.exe ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v EnableLUA /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f

This is the result after runing the command

To download the command click here.
Once downlod complete, import it throw the import option in the Custom command section.

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