Today I found a way to disable the UAC dialogs for only Administrators. That is cool! I haven't seen that done yet, so I tried it out and it works good! You can look here for the instructions to perform this tip, courtesy of HowToGeek.com.
Alternatively, you can create a plain-text file on your computer, name it with a .REG extension and put the following into it.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
Then, run that file. This registry key location was also courtesy of HowToGeek.com.