In Windows, Command prompt is something that often comes in handy, particularly when troubleshooting problems on your computer. This applies whether or not you are a pro or a novice at computing. However, most of the time, it is not enough to know how to open Command Prompt. A number of times, you are required to open Command Prompt with administrator privileges. But how do you go about doing this in Windows 10?
- Search for cmd on your Windows 10 computer
- Right click on Command Prompt and choose “Run as Administrator.”
- You get notification from Windows asking you whether or not you want to allow Command Prompt to make changes to your computer. Click on yes.
- Now you will have command prompt with administrator privileges open on your computer.
Permanently get command prompt with administrator privileges.
As already mentioned, there are quite a number of times when you are required to open command prompt with administrator privileges. It becomes logical, therefore, for you to find a way to always open command prompt with administrator privileges. This allows you to bypass some of the steps that we mentioned above.
The steps that you need to take to always open Command Prompt with administrator privileges are outlined here. Feel free to check them out for me.