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- Disabling UAC on Windows 7? 9 answers
I know the question of disabling UAC is quite popular and has already been asked here, but my question is more specific. What I seek is not just to get UAC out of my way but to release all the system resources it might be consuming. The question is not about the behavioral aspect of UAC but about the code running for it to work.
I tend to believe that setting User Account Control settings to "Never notify" doesn't actually remove it completely - it is still, possibly, watching for the events and just ignoring them actively when it comes to. Regarding the policy-based methods I just have no idea.
So, may you be a Windows expert knowing exactly what is the code behind UAC, please be so kind to tell whether or not am I right in my guess and how to implement the solution.