How to Disable UAC in Windows 10
UAC is a security feature in Windows 10 that prevents unauthorized or inadvertent changes to the operating system. The feature was first a part of the Windows Vista security system and has since been improved with each new version of Windows.
Such changes can be initiated by users, viruses, malware, or applications. But if the administrator doesn’t approve the changes, they won’t be executed.
For example, when you install a new app you need to approve it. But sometimes it gets repetitive. Either way, I don't recommend doing this, because it will expose your computer to malicious attacks. Only do this if you know what you're doing.
How to Disable UAC Using Control Panel
Open Control Panel and select User Accounts.
Select User Accounts again.
Next, select Change User Account Control settings.
If you want to completely disable UAC, drag the slider to Never notify to turn UAC off and then click OK.
To turn UAC back on, drag the slider to the security level you want and then click OK. Confirm your selection or enter your admin password if prompted to, and then restart your computer to keep the changes.
Hope you found it useful.