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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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.
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Last updated June 21, 2020