Create & Run any task with administrator privileges under Windows

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We read a little about the Run dialog box and the new commands for running under Windows. Most of us now know that you can press WinKey+R to open the Run dialog box. You can also enter Run in the search box to access it. On Windows 10/8 and Windows RT, you can also open the Run dialog box from the WinX menu.

If you perform certain tasks, the UAC shield may appear in the Run dialog box with the message that This task is created with administrative rights. Because when Windows performs certain tasks, they must be created with administrative rights. Windows recognizes this and acts accordingly. But what happens if you decide that you need to create a task with administrator rights?

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In this post, we will see how to open a raised run box that allows you to perform any task with administrator privileges under Windows 10/8.

Right-click the taskbar and select Task Manager to open it. If your task manager displays fewer details, click More Details. Now select File > Perform new task from the menu bar.

This opens a ‘Run’ dialog that displays an additional option allowing you to create this task with administrative rights.

You can enter the task and enable this option to run the task as an administrator.

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