Always Run Command Prompt as Administrator
Usually, when you want to run Command Prompt as Administrator, you would go to Start, search for CMD, right-click on it, and then Run as Administrator.
But if you use CMD very often, running it like this can become cumbersome.
So to save yourself precious time, in this post you’ll find out how to always run Command Prompt as Administrator.
Go to Start, search for Command Prompt or CMD, right-click on it, and Open File Location.
Then right-click on Command Prompt, Properties -> Advanced -> Tick the Run as Administrator box -> OK -> Apply.
Go to Start once again, search for Command Prompt or CMD, and run it.
You’ll see that the CMD is running as administrator.
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