How to fully disable UAC on Windows 8
UAC stands for User Account Control, and is a security feature added by Microsoft in Windows 7 and Vista, and also by various version of Windows Server.
(We are presuming you have installed Start8 in this tutorial)
Go to Start > Run > then type: regedit (then press enter).
The windows registry editor will now open.
You now need to follow this route through the registry editor:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Policies > System
Then Find this Key EnableLUA, Double Click on it and change the Value data from 1 to 0.
After pressing OK you’ll notice in the task bar a message pops up saying UAC is now disabled and a restart is required.
After the restart everything will run as it did on Windows 7, Ensure you’ve untagged “Run as Administrator” on your app shortcuts.