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{{Infobox Windows User Account Controls
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'''User Account Control''' (''UAC'') is the feature of [[Windows]] to prevent unauthorized changes. When the change happens, UAC asks user if user has permission to execute the opereation, or often administrator's password (if has).
|title = UAC feature
 
|image = https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/uxguide/images/winenv-uac-image1.png
 
|first-operating-system-to-feature = Windows Vista
 
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UAC is the feature of Windows to prevent unauthorized changes. When the change happens, UAC asks user if user has permission to execute the opereation, or often administrator's password (if has).
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== Notifications ==
 
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* ''Windows needs your permission to continue.''
===== '''The messages''' =====
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* ''An unidentified program needs to access your computer.''
 
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* ''This program has been blocked.''
* Windows needs your npermission to continue.
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* ''A program needs your permission to continue.''
* An unidentified program needs to access your computer.
 
* This program has been blocked
 
* A program needs your permission to continue.
 

Revision as of 09:30, 13 July 2019

User Account Control (UAC) is the feature of Windows to prevent unauthorized changes. When the change happens, UAC asks user if user has permission to execute the opereation, or often administrator's password (if has).

Notifications

  • Windows needs your permission to continue.
  • An unidentified program needs to access your computer.
  • This program has been blocked.
  • A program needs your permission to continue.