Manage Vista Security Settings with TweakVista

When a user needs to make a change UAC will popup and allow the user to "elevate" privileges to allow the changes to be made.  The basic intention of this feature is to prevent unauthorized or mistaken changes to be made to the system and applications.  While the UAC aims to do good things, for many users it’s just plain annoying.  You can completely disable the UAC, but you can also "fine tune" Vista’s security features with Stardock’s TweakVista.

In the Security section of TweakVista you will find a wide variety of options to change Vista’s default security settings.  In the Overview tab you will see where you can select the level of elevation prompts. 

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