Windows 10: "Question On" CMD command to get full control of windows 10
"Question On" CMD command to get full control of windows 10
Back in the Windows 7 days, I remember there use to be a "Admin Command Prompt" command or code that
would give the user complete control of all the operation system.
Does anyone know if here is such a command for windows 10.
If there is one can you post it!
There's the built-in elevated Administrator account that you could enable and sign in to for full control.
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