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How to Change User Account Control Settings when Notifications appear on Windows 7
by: Revengsky Joseph D. Reyes (a.k.a. Rjdreyes – jcyberinux.com)
How to Change User Account Control Settings when Notifications appear on Windows 7
I installed a Windows 7 on my computer, then I installed my favorties programs / softwares on the Windows 7 OS. But it bothers me, that everytime I commit or make any installation, running a software or programs and making changes on the software configuration.

The prompt / notification or pop box keeps me asking for running and making changes on any computer programs and softwares.

Steps/Instructions to Change User Account Control Settings to disable prompt / notification or pop box on running and making changes on computer programs and softwares on Windows 7

1. Go and click to Start (Windows Logo), then go and click to Control Panel.

How to Change User Account Control Settings when Notifications appear on Windows 7

2. Look for the System and Security, go and click it.

How to Change User Account Control Settings when Notifications appear on Windows 7

3. Look for the Action Center, go and click Change User Account Control Settings.

How to Change User Account Control Settings when Notifications appear on Windows 7

4. On User Account Control Settings, it sets on Default. It has a control lever that controls / switches the level of notification security. (The highest is the 4 level, and the lowest is the 1 level.) – See the pictures below for the notification security you need. 😀

How to Change User Account Control Settings when Notifications appear on Windows 7
How to Change User Account Control Settings when Notifications appear on Windows 7
How to Change User Account Control Settings when Notifications appear on Windows 7
How to Change User Account Control Settings when Notifications appear on Windows 7

Note: To avoid annoying prompt / notification or pop box, just set it to Never notify or to the lowest level. It is saids that it is not recommended, only do this, if you know what you are doing.

Click Ok afterwards you select any settings.

I hope this guide helps you out. 🙂

 

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