No More UAC Prompts on opening Program with Elevated Shortcuts

User Account Control aka UAC which prompts on opening of several programs on Windows 7 and Vista asking for permission to execute application. This is irritating most of the times as we trust some specific applications.

It is possible to disable UAC prompt on trusted windows application not by default but by using external software. I have already shared UAC trust shortcut which does same thing but problem is it has to run always in background to disable UAC.

Elevated Shortcuts

However, the program I am sharing Elevated shortcut does as it name suggests. It creates a shortcut for the program which is actually targeted to a Windows task. So, you don’t have to keep running this application in background.

It is in fact a recent free software that easily and quickly allow you to run programs and applications with administrator privileges without having to see, time after time, the annoying screen for UAC, as long as you’re using Windows 7.

To take advantage of the functionality of the application simply run it and select New Shortcut command to create a new shortcut by which to perform one or more selected applications without having to go through the UAC.

If not new then you can elevate or modify existing shortcut or remove existing shortcuts.

Note that, if appropriate, may also be used ElevatedShortcut working directly from the Shift + context menu.

Download Elevated Shortcut


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Rohit Langde is Founder and Editor-in-chief of Blogsolute. Tech Blogger by Passion & Profession | Mechanical Engineer by Qualification | Introverted Geek by Choice

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