I just bought a Samsung rf511 notebook. While I find it an excellent buy, I have one problem with it: many of the Samsung apps that come preinstalled nag me each time I boot up the computer and login; asking for administrator rights.
The culprits are, for example, the apps Battery Life Extender, Easy Speedup Manager, Wifi Manager, Smart Restarter, etc.
This happens when I open my common user accounts, but not when I login as administrator. This also seems to happen just the first time I login with each account. Note that logging in as one user, allowing all the apps, then logging out to another user still results in double the pleasure of inputting the admin password (up to 4 times each).
How can I make them stop asking for permission each time I login, short of uninstalling them?
EDIT I tried the instructions on the links provided by @techie007, but the instructions didn't work. More specifically, the relevant scheduler task already exists, and is set to run with the highest privileges. I've tried both making it run as admin and unchecking that option, with the same results. I'm loathe to disable UAC completely.