In my previous post, I have talked about different ways to open Command Prompt in Windows 10.
In this post, we will see five different ways to open Elevated Command Prompt in Windows 10.
The Command Prompt with Administrator privileges is known as "Elevated Command Prompt."
Some commands (for instance: sfc) only run in Elevated Command Prompt. If you want to run those commands, you need to use Elevated Command Prompt.
Without any delay, let's see the different ways to do this task.
Open Elevated Command Prompt in Windows 10
Now, you can see the Elevated Command Prompt.
In the title at the top, you can see "Administrator: Command Prompt." The "Administrator" in the title states that the Command Prompt is opened as an Administrator.
When you press Windows key + X, you can see Power User Menu.
Within that menu, you can see "Windows PowerShell" and "Windows PowerShell (Admin)" options.
Windows 10 has the option to replace them with "Command Prompt" and "Command Prompt (Admin)" options.
If you wish to replace PowerShell with Command Prompt, then check out this guide.
If you have already done that, open Power User Menu.
Click on "Command Prompt (Admin)" option.
Click on "Yes" in UAC popup, and it will open Command Prompt as Administrator.
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How to Open Elevated Command Prompt in Windows 10