The Microsoft develops many versions of OS programs, but the Windows 10 is the latest version. From the context of this article, you will be able to learn how to login as Administrator Windows 10 procedures.
How To Turn On Administrator Privileges Windows 10?
Here in this section of this article, you will get all the possible ways by using which you can be able to login as Administrator Windows 10 on your own. Follow each way and check which is suitable for you and apply to your system.
Way 1: Use “net user administrator /active:yes” Command
To proceed this way at first open the Run command box by holding and pressing the Windows key along with the letter R. After that on the Run box type “net user administrator /active:yes” and then press the Enter button. By following this process, you can be able to login as administrator in Windows 10.
Way 2: Utilizing lusrmgr Window
First of all, open the Run command box by searching for it on the Windows search bar. Next on the Run box type “lusrmgr.msc” and then hit on OK. This will open the Local Users and Groups (Local)\Users window. Now from the middle panel of this window click twice on Users. After that double press on the Administrator option. After applying the above lines, a new window will open, on this you will need to remove the tick mark from “Account is disabled” checkbox, by clicking on it. Then tap on OK to enable the administrator account.
Way 3: Applying regedit Command
To initiate this process, press the Windows key and the letter R at the same time, this will open the Run command box. After that on the Run box enter “regedit” command and then choose the Enter option. After doing this, you will visit a confirmation window pop-ups, select on ‘Yes’. Then go to the below options one after the another as explained.
After following the above series then continue the below series.
As the above process gets over then make a right click on “UserList” from this opening window. Next, select on “New” and then on “DWORD Value”. After that put the value to the Administrator and then press the Enter button. As this process gets over, close the Registry window and reboot your system. Restart is done so that the changes which are made are able to complete without any hitch.
Way 4: Using Group Policy
Remember that this process is not applicable for Home editions of Windows 10.
At first, open the Run command box by hitting the Windows key and the letter R all at the same time. Then on the blank space of this Run box type “gpedit.msc” press Enter to open Local Group Policy Editor window. Now from the left panel of this screen click on Windows Settings. After that from the right panel of this Windows Settings, double click on Security Settings. Then open the Local Policies folder from the right panel and then disclose the Security Options. Further, you need to click twice on Accounts: Administrator Account Status from the left panel.
By doing the above procedures this way, choose your choice that is enabled to login as Administrator Windows 10.
Way 5: Applying “control userpasswords2” Command
To begin this at first, you need to open the Run box by holding and pressing the Windows key along with the letter R. After that empty the command space by pressing the Backspace key and then enter “Control userpasswords2” on it. After entering the command, press on the Enter button to execute this.
Now under this User Accounts window click on Advanced tab from the upper panel. Then click on the Advanced box which is placed in the section of Advanced user management. By doing this Local Users and Groups (Local) window will open and you need to open the Users folder with a single click to the left panel of this lusrmgr window. After that tap right on the Administrator option and choose the Properties among the pops-up window options. Then uncheck the “Account is Disabled” checkbox to enable it. After doing this whole process press the OK button.
These are the ways by applying which you can be able to login as Administrator Windows 10.