How to open apps with Administrator permissions in Windows 10

Windows 10

We use applications on our Windows 10 computer constantly. There are times when we have to use administrator permissions, because we must carry out some action with them. Although, it depends on whether it is something that we are going to do once, or it is something that we will do frequently. Because if it is the case of the latter, there is a very simple trick.

In this way, we will open the applications that we have in Windows 10 at all times with administrator permissions In a simple way. A simple trick that can be very useful in more than one case. How to achieve this?

What we have to do first is to find the executable of said application we want to open. Once we have located it, we right click with the mouse on it. Of the options that are going to come out in this contextual menu, we must enter the properties, which come out at the end of said list.

Within the properties we have that enter executable tab. There we will find an option that will allow us to open said application that we have on the Windows 10 computer using administrator permissions. By default it is not activated. What we have to do is mark it, so that it is activated. Then we accept.

We can now leave these properties. With this function, the next time we open the application on the computer, will open or run with administrator permissions. Whenever we want, if it is no longer necessary to use it, we can repeat the process and deactivate this function that we have activated now.

You can see that it is really easy to run applications in Windows 10 at all times using administrator permissions. With these steps, you can now use this function. You can activate it in all those applications that you consider necessary.


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