If you’re a regular CCleaner user, the UAC prompts which are triggered while launching the app must get to your nerves at times.
Well, there’s good news for you; the latest version of CCleaner (3.19) includes an option to skip the UAC prompts altogether. Follow these steps to enable this option,
- Upgrade to the latest version of CCleaner (3.19 as of now).
- Open CCleaner, and go to Options > Advanced. Enable the “Skip User Account Control warning” option.
The UAC prompt will be gone the next time you open CCleaner.