4. User Account Control (UAC)
Another important feature built into windows is user account control or UAC. When you’re browsing the web and all of a sudden you get a UAC prompt for no apparent reason,
you should check to see what that caused it, because there’s always a chance some virus in the background just tried to execute, especially if you’ve visited a sketchy website.
If you want to change the User Account Control Setting you need to go Control Panel.
1. Click “System And Security”
2. Click “Change user account Control Settings”
3. Press Yes
4. Choose “Always notify me when: Apps try to install software or make changes to my computer and I make changes to Windows settings.
5. Press Ok
6. Press Yes