Originally Posted by AphexDreamer
Well it stops the annoying UAC prompts but UAC itself is actually still on in the registry. At least this has been to my experience and knowledge.
I still get the UAC icon on applications and prompts to take ownership of folders. I tried to do the technique to disable UAC and enable Metro Apps but it didn't work.
Also if your using Win 8 the apps and the metro are a pretty big deal.
I don't get UAC anything since I turned it off. Win 8 apps and metro are a big deal if you make it out to be. I find it annoying and counterproductive, but I may not even use Windows 7 like other folks either. Metro crap aside, I find Win 8 to be faster and I like the SSD features.