How to log in as an administrator?
Using your operating system, did you encounter the fact that sometimes you do not have the necessary rights to perform a particular operation? And you get errors in which it is written that you are denied access, and you do not have the necessary rights to work with this process, and so on. To solve this problem, you must have administrator rights. From now on, we will explain how to log in to the system administrator.
What are admin rights for?
The developers of operating systems have specifically invested some restrictions in their product. This was done for more security and protection "OSes". That is, working in the normal mode, you get only the rights necessary for normal operation, but using administrator rights, you can have full access to important files, also edit them, thereby, all this will affect the stable operation of Windows. That's why you get such notifications.
How to log into the system administrator
So, now we will tell how to log in as an administrator? For this you need:
- If your computer was turned off, then when you turn on, select, login with the administrator account. Enter the password and do not forget about the correct input, take into account the input register.
- You can also log in as an administrator from an account that does not give you such rights. To do this, click "Start", find and click the special command "Logout". Next you will be presented with a window where you need to click on the “Change User” button. After that you will be able to log in with your administrator account.
- It may happen that you cannot enter the start and select a user change, then use the Task Manager (the launch is done using the Ctrl, Alt and Delete keys). There you will find a user change and transition to the administrator account.
- Sometimes this kind of manipulation helps, when you right-click on a file that does not want to run, you can launch this application as an administrator.But anyway, you will have to enter a password, and only then you can launch the file.
That is, if you do not forget your password from the administrative account, then there will be no difficulty in launching files, programs, applications on behalf of the administrator. Sometimes such complexity arises that even if you have all the rights of the “admin”, you cannot change / edit the file. Then the problem lies in the owner of the file, and this is another story.
I also want to repeat that working on a computer with administrator rights is the management of a file system with great capabilities that directly use all the resources of your computer. In no case do not use this account without the need, without a reason.