One of the novelties of Vista was the user account control (UAC), which controlled the user account, obviously.
One of the novelties of Vista was the user account control (UAC), which controlled the user account, obviously. It was supposed to make Vista more secure, but over time has shown to be an irritation: it works to limit the permission for applications and you have to wait for the administrator to decide, and you might not be able to use the program without the user`s consent. But weeks go by and you still have the greeting message each time you want to install a new application.To solve this conflict is TweakUAC, a program that disables the User Account Control. TweakUAC can do three tasks: Turn UAC off now (to disable all the functions of the user control), Switch UAC to The Quiet mode (it keeps the UAC, but never shows the notification window), and Leave UAC On (it leaves everything as it was).