Windows 10: Run everything as admin / default administrative permission

  1.    01 Aug 2015 #1

    Run everything as admin / default administrative permission


    The constant need for administrator permission and the need to run everything as administrator is something that frustrates me endlessly in windows. I'm talking about thinks like copy pasting, name change or the need to run cmd as administrator for some commands. I've always managed to turn this off somehow in previous windows versions, but i cant seem to find a solution for windows 10.

    To be clear, this is what i'm talking about:

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    In this case, windows is telling me i need to give extra permission to change the name of a shortcut to a game....

    I've already turned of the UAC:

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    And my account in an admin account:
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    I saw that you can enable the real admin account in windows 10, but that account doesn't seem to be build for regular use. Some programs wont run, like Office and AVG. So using that account isn't an option.

    I don't want to change the options for every new folder or shortcut, or right click run as admin everything, i want everything to be done as admin by default.

    I know it isn't safe, but i don't care. I really hate windows asking me if i really want to change the name of a shortcut.

    Can someone help me with this? Thanks in advance!
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