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User Account Control (UAC) Explained

Learn what User Account Control is, how it works, why you need it, and how to tweak it.

Set User Account Control to Not Virtualize the Registry and File System for Legacy Software in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to not virtualize the registry and file system for incompatible software in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Virtualize the Registry and File System for Legacy Software in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to virtualize the registry and file system for old software that’s incompatible with Windows 7.

Disable the User Account Control Secure Desktop in Windows 7

Learn how to turn off User Account Control’s (UAC) secure desktop when software is being installed or settings changed in Windows 7.

Enable the User Account Control Secure Desktop in Windows 7

Learn how to enable User Account Control’s (UAC) secure desktop in Windows 7.

Turn On User Account Control Admin Approval Mode For All Admin Level Users in Windows 7

Learn how to turn User Account Control (UAC) off for administrator level users in Windows 7.

Turn Off User Account Control Admin Approval Mode For All Admin Level Users in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control to prompt administrators when software is installed or settings are changed in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Elevate Software That's Not Properly Installed in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to give programs that are not properly installed administrative rights in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Only Elevate Software That's Properly Installed in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control to only give properly installed programs administrative privileges in Windows 7.

Set User Account Control to Elevate Signed and Un-signed Executables in Windows 7

Learn how to set User Account Control (UAC) to give unsigned programs admin rights in Windows 7.

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