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How to Open PowerShell Admin on Windows 11

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Hello everyone, in this article we will show you how Open PowerShell Admin in Windows 11. Windows PowerShell replaces the command line for command line actions in Windows. You can use Terminal to run commands to help you troubleshoot your computer. To check and fix errors on your local disk, you can run the Check Disk command. Additionally, you can run System File Checker (SFC) or Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) to find and repair corrupted system files on your hard drive.

All of these tools require PowerShell to run with administrator privileges. Before you can use PowerShell in Windows 11 and Windows 10, you first need to know how to run it. For this reason, we have listed all the methods that can be used to run Windows PowerShell, including running it with administrator privileges. All of these tools require PowerShell to be run with administrator privileges. Before you can use PowerShell in Windows 11 and Windows 10, you first need to know how to run it. In this article, we will talk about how to open PowerShell Admin in Windows 11.

Steps to Open PowerShell as Administrator in Windows 11

Running PowerShell with elevated or administrative privileges allows you to run commands that bypass Windows file protection, such as those used for Windows installation files. You can run PowerShell by opening it directly or by opening a new Windows Terminal application, which by default uses PowerShell to run commands.

To open PowerShell as an administrator in Windows 11:

  • Open the Start menu and type powershell or terminal.
  • From the list of results on the right, select Run as administrator.
  • When a PowerShell terminal opens, you’ll know it’s running with elevated privileges because Administrator will appear in the title bar.
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    How to update terminal to always run as administrator

    If you want PowerShell to always run with administrator-level privileges, you can set up Windows Terminal (which uses PowerShell by default) to do so.

    To always run Terminal as an administrator in Windows 11:

  • First, check your Windows Terminal version by typing the following command and pressing Enter:
  • A small screen will open showing your version of Terminal.
  • You will need to update your version of Windows Terminal to the latest version, so you do this by typing the following:
  • Winget install –id Microsoft.WindowsTerminal.Preview
  • The update will take a while and you’ll want to type Y to agree to the terms and press Enter.
  • The latest version (eg 13.10733.0) will be successfully installed on your system.
  • Next, right-click the Start menu and select Windows Terminal.
  • In the Terminal window, press the down arrow next to the new tab button and select Settings.
  • Under Settings, under Profiles, click Windows PowerShell.
  • Toggle the Run this profile as an administrator switch and click Save.
  • Final words

    We hope you enjoy our article on how to open PowerShell Admin in Windows 11. Windows PowerShell is the next generation version of CMD. It is a powerful shell program for advanced users. It can be used to perform a variety of basic and complicated tasks. You can do many things normally, but for administrative tasks you need to run PowerShell as an administrator. In this detailed article, we will explore all possible ways to open PowerShell in Windows 10 and Windows 11.

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    Originally posted 2022-09-12 13:34:11.

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