One of the good things about the Windows 10 operating system, Is the array of security options It provides, one of which Is the UAC (User Account Control), that basically prompts before a program or application can execute with administrator access. Did you know, that you can change Its default behavior prompt for admin users? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to do this with only a few simple steps.
Before I make a start, here's what I'm referring to In terms of the UAC (User Account Control). When launching applications or performing specific tasks, In order to prevent unauthorized changes to your computer, by default, the UAC will prompt whether to allow such actions as shown In the Image below.
This Is a safeguard against malicious software (malware) and the like, from silently Installing and Infecting your PC. Essentially, tasks cannot execute/launch without your consent. The above prompt, Is the default action, whereby you simply click Yes or No to allow/disallow the task or application to perform Its job.
Unbeknownst to many users, you can In fact change the UAC behavior prompt by using the good old Local Security Policy. Do note that the LSP Is only available In Windows 10 Pro, Education and Enterprise editions. If you're running either of these, then this tutorial Is for you. So without further delay, let's get this started.