When User Account Control (UAC) was introduced in Vista, users found it intrusive and annoying. It’s less intrusive in Windows 7 and the new OS, but power users typically turn it off. You can still disable it in Windows 8 here’s how.
Turn Off UAC Notifications in Windows 8
There’s a couple of ways to get to it in the new OS. Use the keyboard shortcut Windows Key + W to bring up Settings search and type: UAC.
Then select Change Use Account Control Settings under the search results.
Now move the slider all the way down to Never Notify and click OK.
Alternately you can get there from the desktop by using the keyboard shortcut Windows Key + X to bring up the power user menu and click Control Panel > User Accounts.
Next, click Change User Account Control Settings.
To make the changes permanent you’ll need to click Yes when the UAC verification message comes up.
If you’re installing several programs in on sitting, you can turn off UAC to avoid having it constantly popping up. Then remember to turn it back on to get the extra security protection it provides. If you’re new to computing, I recommend not turning it off.