Microsoft released Windows Vista in 2007, and Windows Vista included a lot of security improvements, and a completely new security feature called: User Account Control (UAC).
At first everybody loved this feature, however, soon UAC became annoying too many users.
Microsoft then released Windows 7 in 2009, with some UAC improvements. This time however, users where able to better manage User Account Control Settings, but for many users this was NOT enough, it basically didn't solve the "annoying" issue.
In 2010, Itknowledge24.com Community released UAC Trust Shortcut 1.0. UAC Trust Shortcut 1.0 is a free software tool that allows you to turn off User Account Control (UAC) for a specific application you trust and use every day.