Method 1: Customize from the Local Security Policy
Firstly, press the Windows + R key combination to open the Run box and then type the keyword “secpol.msc” into the box. After that, press Enter to open the Local Security Policy window.
|Open the Local Security Policy|
On the Local Security Policy window navigate to the following link: Local Policies> Security Options. On the right window, find a property named “User Account Control: Admin Approval Mode for the Built-in Administrator account”.
|Navigate to the above link, you will see like this.|
By default, this property is “Disabled”, you switch to “Enabled” by double-click on the property and then select “Enable” -> Click OK to save!
|Enable the property.|
To continue, press the Windows key + S to open the search box and then type “UAC” into the search box to open the “User Account Control settings” window.
|Open the “User Account Control settings” window.|
On the “User Account Control settings” window, you drag the slider to “Never notify” –> Click OK to save the settings.
Finally, reboot the system to test the results, if it is not successful, try the second method!
Method 2: Interfering to Registry
Firstly press the Windows + R key combination to open the Run box and then type the word “regedit” into the box, press Enter to open the Registry Editor.
|Open the Registry Editor|
On the Registry Editor window, navigate to the following link:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE> SOFTWARE> Microsoft> Windows> CurrentVersion> Policies> System.
|Find a property named “EnableLUA” and change the value.|
Finally, reboot the system to test the results. Here are two methods to solve the problem “This app can’t open”. If you have any questions, please contact us. Thank you!