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Unlocking native app performance by disabling UAC completely

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Whenever you try to run a new application in Windows, the system will check user's permission rights to before performing any operation. Whenever program tries to read or write something, it'll check with current user account first and tell you whether it's possible or not. This is an unexpected drawback of application performance, especially in audio applications.


To avoid this user account control thing, Fidelizer will request for Administrator rights so program can run and execute any command without these permission filters gaining native performance back again. But you can do that to the whole operating system by following the instructions below.


1. Open regedit, select Yes if you're requested run with Administrator rights

2. Navigate to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System"

3. Change the value of "ConsentPromptBehaviorAdmin" and "EnableLUA" to 0

4. Reboot and your system will get native app performance back


Warning: This will allow malicious software to be executed without getting request to run with Administrator rights. Applying Fidelizer Extremist optimization level in this mode will also stop/disable security services too. So, please use it at your own risks.


Source: Unlocking native app performance by disabling UAC completely | Fidelizer

Happy Emm Labs/Viola/Karan/Rockport audiophile


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