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EXE File for User Account Control (UAC) at c:\windows\system32 Folder

User Account Control (UAC) notifies you always for software changes that can occur to your computer administratively. It was designed to block or permit access to softwares that require administrator-level permission.

DEFAULT

The default UAC setting notifies you when you open programs and try to make changes to your computer.

THE UAC PROGRAM SETTINGS

1. Press Win Key plus R

2. type "useraccountcontrolsettings"

The following table provides a description of the UAC settings and the potential impact of each setting to the security of your computer.

1. ALWAYS NOTIFY - When Programs try to install software or make changes to my computer

2. DEFAULT - Notify me only when programs try to make changes to my computer

3. Notify - Notify me only when programs try to make changes to my computer

- No Dim

4. Never Notify - so called XP Mode. No notifications when programs try to install software or make changes to my computer.

From Microsoft:

"We recommend that you log on to your computer with a standard user account most of the time. You can browse the Internet, send e-mail, and use a word processor, all without an administrator account. When you want to perform an administrative task, such as installing a new program or changing a setting that will affect other users, you don't have to switch to an administrator account; Windows will prompt you for permission or an administrator password before performing the task. We also recommend that you create standard user accounts for all the people who use your computer."

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