How To Enable Programs to Run as Administrator in Windows Vista

Quickly setup programs in Windows Vista to 'Run as Administrator'
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Here's a quick way to enable programs to 'Run as Administrator' in Windows Vista.

  1. Click on the 'Start' menu button, it's the blue circle located on the left-hand side of the Task bar.
  2. Now click on 'All Programs'
  3. Find the program you want to 'Run as Administrator' and then right-click the program and select 'Run as Administrator' from the menu box.
  4. A User Account Control box will pop-up, just click the Continue button, which will allow Vista to open the program running as Administrator.
  5. That's it.

Note: You can also start Programs to 'Run as Administrator' that are located on your Desktop or in folders found elsewhere on your computer, and 'Run as Administrator' by right-clicking on the program (or its short-cut) and selecting 'Run as Administrator'.

 


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