10 Ways to Run Programs as Administrator in Windows

If you have User Account Control enabled in Windows you have to grant privileges to programs trying to access certain areas of the system. If the program doesn't ask for elevated privileges but requires them to function, it requires manual elevation. There are several ways to do this, here are 10 of them.

Run a Program Only Once when you Boot Into Windows

The registry key RunOnce is one of Windows auto startup locations and is used to run the programs when Windows boots the next time only, then the entries will be deleted and not executed again. Mostly used to delete locked files and also by some software to make changes during a reboot.