User Account Control (UAC) is a new feature that helps prevent malicious programs, also known as "malware," from damaging a system. UAC stops the automatic installation of unauthorized applications. UAC also prevents unintended changes to system settings. For more information please continue to read the official Microsoft article

UAC Trust Shortcut. UAC Trust Shortcut allows you to disable User Account Control for a specific application. This program works in a similar way to RunAsRob by using its own service to elevate the program instead of a scheduled task. Windows 10 users will need to have .NET Framework 3.5 installed or it will be offered during installation. How to turn off and disable UAC in Windows 10 Go to User Accounts -> Disable UAC: Use this option to avoid Registry editing. That's it. Personally I always keep UAC enabled and do not recommend you to disable it. Having UAC enabled is additional protection from dangerous apps and viruses which can elevate silently if it is disabled and do anything malicious on your PC. TweakUAC for Windows Vista TweakUAC ™ gives you more power over the Windows User Account Control (UAC) settings. In addition to enabling or disabling the UAC, TweakUAC also allows you to select the “quiet” mode for UAC. In the “quiet” mode, the security of UAC is fully enabled, except that when you use Windows as an administrator, you will not see the usual UAC prompts to approve actions that require the [WIN7] UAC, How, in gods name to use ? - Microsoft

Mar 30, 2012

How to Disable User account control (UAC) in Windows 7

Windows 7 UAC flaws and how to fix them | Ars Technica

Windows 7 UAC flaws and how to fix them | Ars Technica Biz & IT — Windows 7 UAC flaws and how to fix them A number of security flaws have been found in Windows 7's streamlined UAC— … Peter Bright - Feb 9, 2009 12:00 am UTC Windows 7 UAC Exceptions for specific programs Mar 30, 2012 Change User Account Control (UAC) in Windows - QuickBooks Jun 22, 2020 5 Ways to Disable User Account Control (UAC) for Specific