How to run command prompt as administrator

How to run command prompt as administrator; The command line ( cmd ) is a powerful interpreter in Windows 11/10/8.1/7 with which you can control the system by entering various commands to execute them.

Sometimes, Command Prompt needs to be run as administrator to run a command that needs to be run with elevated privileges.

Let’s look at several ways to run cmd with elevated rights, and how to open PowerShell as an administrator in Windows.

Run CMD as administrator

1 . Write “ Command Prompt ” in the Windows 11/10 start menu search and right-click on the application, then select Run as administrator .

2 . Press Win+R to open the ” Run ” window and type cmd , then press Ctrl+Shift+Enter to open cmd with elevated rights.

Opening PowerShell as Administrator

Press Win+X and select Windows PowerShell (Admin) or Windows Terminal (Admin) to run the cmdlet with elevated rights.

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