Windows Vista came bundled with one of the most irritating security features to date that is the UAC. There are many apps that I use that require to be run in elevated mode everytime I run them.
I’ve already told you guys how to disable UAC for specific apps permanently but that hack requires a bit of work, instead using a free software called Elevate Me you can take the pain out of running apps that require elevated mode.
Just install the software, and you should find an option the right click context menu to run a software or a program in elevated mode. Really easy isn’t it? Installation is a breeze, but the irony is that the installation needs to be run in the elevated mode. Nevertheless here is how you can install Elevate Me.
- Download and extract the archive to a suitable location.
- Run the install.cmd, when UAC prompts for elevation allow it.
- Once that is done, you should see the elevate me option in the context menu.
I hope that Microsoft comes up with an exclusion list for UAC, which would make disabling UAC for specific apps as easy drag and drop. Right clicking to avoid the annoyance of the UAC just doesn’t cut it.
Download Elevate Me