Among the several problems encountered in the use of computers, turning the User Account Control (UAC) off in windows operating system or bringing it to the lowest point can lead to some problems.
Windows UAC which usually pops up whenever a program installation attempt is being made in a PC also serves as an alert for user privilege. An administrative password is triggered for entry before continuing any installation if user type is standard.
Over the years UAC has been found to be very annoying to so many users of windows operating system. Sometimes when installing some programs with compatibility issues a turned off UAC can lead to no warning on installation of a programs and so any incompatible application can cause a processor to start running at a very high speed which in turn lead to less performance in a computer.
Monitoring this in the task manager and ending running programs in the process tab immediately jumps to initiate another and so on. This can be very detrimental to the computer and may lead to excessive battery usage, hot computer, other programs malfunctioning etc.
The solution to this low performance caused by UAC is solved by turning on the UAC. To do this Goto Control Panel > Setting and Security > User Account Control
Click the slide up until windows recommended point.
Hints And Tips
Whenever a computer is abnormally going hot and performance is reducing for no just cause.
- Check if you are running a powerful program
- Check for underground processes
- Check the User Account Control (UAC).
If these three (3) steps doesn’t fix the problem, see a technician better still contact us