Most of the Windows 10 users are not always happy to see the USER ACCOUNT CONTROL prompts. They prefer to use Windows 10 with the classic security model and limited number of administrator accounts. By following the method listed below, you can easily disable USER ACCOUNT CONTROL popups in Windows 10.

Step 1: Open the control panel and locate the user accounts.



Step 2: After click on “User Accounts” you will see the below image.


Step 3: Now click on “User Accounts” and select “Change User Account Control Settings” in the currently open window. Once you find it, double-click on it.


Step 4: Once, you click on “Change User Account Control Settings” a window will appear as shown below. 


Step 5: Move the slider to the second bar from the top with ‘to notify only when apps try to make changes’ label.



Step 6: Click on ‘OK’ to disable notifications of USER ACCOUNT CONTROL  in Windows 10.

If you want to turn off USER ACCOUNT CONTROL, you need to drag the slider down to the last bar, as shown in the screenshot above. Then click on “OK”. You will be prompted to confirm your selection one time.

If you want to turn USER ACCOUNT CONTROL back on, drag the slider to the topmost bar as done in the screenshot below. On clicking “OK” it will enable USER ACCOUNT CONTROL and a prompt will appear to confirm your selection.

Reboot your computer to make these changes effective on your Windows 10.