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    If you always need to run an app with admin privileges, here's the quickest way to do to it on Windows 10.
    On Windows 10, sometimes you have to run programs as an administrator to access advanced functionalities to change system settings. For instance, if you work with Command Prompt or PowerShell, you may need to run them with elevated privileges to execute most commands.
    If you use applications that require elevation in the daily basis, you've probably noticed that they don't run with the highest privileges by default. Instead, you have to access the right-click context menu or use other methods to run the program as an administrator. It's not a complicated process, but if it's an app that you use regularly, the extra steps can get in the way pretty quickly.
    Luckily, it's possible to configure an app to always run as an administrator to save some unnecessary steps.

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    10-29-2018 06:11 AM

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