Enable UAC

Enabling the UAC

Enabling the User Account Control (UAC) feature in Windows is important for several reasons:
  1. Security: UAC is a crucial security feature that helps protect your computer from unauthorized or malicious actions. When enabled, UAC prompts you for confirmation or provides a credential prompt whenever a program or system change requires administrative access. This helps prevent unauthorized changes, malware infections, and potential system compromises.
  2. User awareness and control: UAC prompts notify you whenever a program attempts to make changes that require administrative privileges. This increases your awareness of potentially risky actions and gives you control over whether to allow or block them. It allows you to make informed decisions and reduces the chances of accidental or unwanted modifications to your system.
  3. Malware protection: UAC acts as a barrier against malware by preventing unauthorized programs from making changes without your knowledge or consent. It adds an additional layer of defense, making it harder for malware to execute malicious actions or infect your system.
  4. System integrity and stability: UAC helps maintain the integrity and stability of your system by protecting critical system files and settings. It prevents unauthorized modifications that could lead to system errors, crashes, or other stability issues.
  5. Best practices: Enabling UAC is considered a best practice for security on Windows operating systems. Microsoft and cybersecurity experts recommend keeping UAC enabled as a fundamental security measure.

While UAC prompts can sometimes be perceived as intrusive or disruptive, they play a crucial role in maintaining the security and stability of your computer. It is generally recommended to keep UAC enabled and adjust the settings to a level that balances security and user experience based on your preferences and requirements.
This command will enable UAC.

reg.exe ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v EnableLUA /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /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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