[Help] How Can I Make My User As Admin ?

  1. SmartMaher's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro (1903)
       #1

    [Help] How Can I Make My User As Admin ?


    Thank you for accepting me joining you in this wonderful forum.

    In the past few days, I have benefited greatly from all lessons posted by (Brink) to improve Windows 10 performance and it made me have a agreat windows

    I have a question that I am looking for an answer for ?!

    After installing Windows 10, I discovered that if you installed any program or in the process of transferring a folder from the hard to the Windows partition or any transactions that take place on the Windows Partition, you must click on dialog boxes to agree to accept the process or installing any software i must click (Run As Administrator)

    How to make it like Windows Seven without clicking OK or clicking (Run As Administrator)
    Because there is only one user is the admin which is created while installing windows ?

    Thanks in advance
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  2. Samuria's Avatar
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    Welcome to the forum. If you are admin and it's asking to run as admin it's there to protect you as your doing something that may effect the system it's double checking you want to do this you can turn down the UAC to stop most of that but it's not recommended
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  3. Try3's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 1909 Build 18363.900
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    SmartMaher said:
    How to make it like Windows Seven without clicking OK or clicking (Run As Administrator)
    The system is exactly the same as it was in Windows 7. If any user attempts to do something that crosses the boundary of affecting only that user [by doing something that affects other users or the computer as a whole] then that prompt appears. The dialog only requires your consent because your account is an admin one. This dialog is called the ConsentUI.



    A standard user account would get a different form of that dialog that demanded an admin account name & password. This is called a CredentialUI



    Both these dialogs are also sometimes referred to as the ElevationUI or, when it appears against the background of a highly dimmed desktop, the Secure desktop dialog.

    As Samuria says, there is no safe method of avoiding this.

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  4. Berton's Avatar
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    Win10 Home and Pro, Win10 Insider Preview, WinXP Home Premium, Linux Mint, Win7 Pro
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    And do note the difference between the hidden Administrator, the User with Administrative Rights and the Standard user. The hidden Administrator can be made active but not recommended as regular usage by most everyone, incurs a great risk of problems arising.
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  5. Try3's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 1909 Build 18363.900
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    Maher,

    Berton said:
    And do note the difference between the hidden Administrator, the User with Administrative Rights and the Standard user
    The Built-In Administrator account is like a user with admin rights but without the ability to use Windows 10 Apps and with UAC turned off by default.
    A user with admin rights is like the Built-In Administrator account but it can run Windows 10 Apps and it does not affect the system default of UAC being on.

    UAC ["user account control"] is the component within Windows that necessitates endorsement by an admin account for changes that affect the system or other users.

    Denis
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  6. Bree's Avatar
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       #6

    SmartMaher said:
    How to make it like Windows Seven without clicking OK or clicking (Run As Administrator)
    Try3 said:
    The system is exactly the same as it was in Windows 7. If any user attempts to do something that crosses the boundary of affecting only that user [by doing something that affects other users or the computer as a whole] then that prompt appears. The dialog only requires your consent because your account is an admin one. This dialog is called the ConsentUI.


    Try3 is correct, Windows 7 behaved exactly the same and used the same dialogs.

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  7. SmartMaher's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro (1903)
    Thread Starter
       #7

    Thank you for all the responses and clarification, I did not know that the UAC is so important.
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