Jan 252008

In Windows Vista, you have limited privileges on the machine, although you’re a power user. This means that programs you run have limited permissions, and you must elevate your privileges whenever you want to perform certain administrative-tasks, such as changing system settings or installing programs.

Start++ is a set of utilities to enrich your Vista start menu, but we’re only interested in its built-in Sudo utility.

The Vista Sudo utility is based on the popular Linux Sudo command, which allows a permitted user to execute a command as the superuser (root). So now, whenever you need to run a program with administrative rights, just open the Start men

u and type sudo along with the program name.

Download Start++ from here

After installing start++ just start from your programs

Now you can try sudo command to open command prompt from run option

You can see command prompt running as administrator

Start++ available commands list


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  1. Awesome.

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