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      Slylok is offline
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    If you want to get rid of those pesky notifications then you'll want to set the User Account Control (UAC) to never notify. to do this go to control panel > System and Security > Action Center. On the left side of the window you will see "change user account control settings". Click that and set the notify slider bar down to Never notify.

    And there you have it, no more pesky delays for any programs that you want to run. I should add that the UAC was put in place to help prevent damage to the operating system in case of a malicious attack from viruses and what not. UAC will not prevent any malicious code from infecting your computer so make sure you have an antivirus program installed. I recommend Microsoft Security Essentials. It is free and plays well with all versions of Windows. you can get it directly from microsoft HERE.
    Last edited by Slylok; 03-18-2012 at 10:19 AM.
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    Also, where are you saving the file? If it's anywhere other than inside your user directory, Windows don't like that(security precaution)..
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