Do You Want To Allow This Program To Make Changes

Ok , now Windows 10 has started bringing this up at least once a Day but sometimes several times a Day. It refers to Google Inc., when I try and open something directly from my new emails in Outlook. This OS is a Joke!!

 

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Last updated November 19, 2019 Views 5,322 Applies to:

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Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft community. I regret the inconvenience caused to you. Let me help you.

 

 

In order to assist you further with the issue could you please confirm a couple of things.

  1. Are you accessing mail through Mail app or using any browser?

  2. Are you facing this issue in local account or Microsoft account?

  3. Did you install all pending updates?

  4. Did you make any changes to the computer prior to this issue?

  5. When you say " It refers to Google Inc.", what exactly do you mean by this?

 

I suggest you to provide the screen shot of the error, and provide us more information

Refer: How to include a screenshot in your post.

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wiki/windows_other-windows_programs/how-to-include-a-screenshot-in-your-post/2594b08e-32a3-476a-85a6-b021181be7e4

 

Note: Make sure you hide all the personal information from the screenshot before posting.

 

 

 Kindly post us back with the updated information for further assistance with Windows. We are glad to assist you.

 

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Ok here's the screen shot..

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 Hello,

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This message appears when the application does not have a valid certificate root authority. These types of notifications may be disabled from the User Account Control Settings.

Method :Using Control Panel to modify UAC Settings
CAUTION: Turning off UAC is NOT recommended
• Go to search box and type Control Panel
• Navigate to System and Security > Action Center
• From the left pane, Select Change User Account Control settings
• Drag the scroll button to Never notify
• Click on OK to save your settings

NOTICE: UAC helps prevent potentially harmful applications from making changes to your Computer. Turning off UAC would turn off the feature for all programs and not for only a specific particular application.

Hope this information is helpful. Do let us know if you need any further assistance, we'll be glad to assist you.

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