Sometimes you find it difficult to start any software running with admin rights with the system, actually it is not as difficult as you think.
Some software often has to start with administrative rights to work better. For example, Unikey, the most popular Vietnamese typing software today, cannot type Vietnamese on some other software (for example, on Garena) but must be launched with admin rights. Simply right click on the icon and select Run as administrator .
How to start the software on the same system with admin rights, However, with a software that you regularly use, doing so will be very troublesome. The second, superior way is to always let the software start up with admin rights. You right-click and then select Properties , the Properties dialog box appears, select the Compatibility tab and then check the box Run this program as an administrator . So from next time, every time you start the software, it will run automatically with admin rights.
However, this way also has limitations, each time you start the software, the User Account Control (UAC) window will ask to confirm that it is allowed to run the software. And software running with admin rights will not be able to start with windows.
In order for these software to still start up as usual, we turn off UAC . To enter UAC select the flag in the lower right corner, select Open Action Center , then select Change User Account Control settings , drag the slider to the bottom and click OK . Or enter UAC by:
Control Panel -> User Accounts and Family Safety -> User Accounts -> Change User Account Control settings .
Drag the slider to the bottom and then click OK.
So it’s done.