Want to start an App with Administrative rights in Windows 8?
Do you want to how you can open apps with Administrator rights in Windows 8? Here we have brought a quick guide to do it by yourself.
Some applications will ask users for full administrator rights to perform certain tasks or actions. When you are trying to access such applications or tasks, then User Account Control will prompt you a message requesting credentials and seek administrator rights to allow you to access the application. Windows 8 users notice drastic changes in the interface and how it enables users to run an application with full administrator rights. Microsoft has simplified the way to run applications with administrator rights.
Right-clicking on a program in the Windows 8 Start screen will not display ‘Run as administrator’ option. This ‘Run as administrator’ option is available only when you right-click an application or program on the desktop – remember the option will not appear when you right-click in the Start screen. If you are looking for a quick how-to tip to run an app with administrator rights, then follow these steps shown below.
- Right click on a blank area on the start screen and click ‘All Apps’ in the bottom menu bar
- Look for the ‘App’ you want to open with administrator rights and then right click on it.
- Select ‘Run as Administrator’ from the bottom menu bar and the app will open with administrator rights on the desktop.
By following these steps properly, you can open an app with administrator rights in Windows 8. If you are facing challenges then, check out this video which illustrates all these steps shown above to help you perform these steps even more easily.