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Run as administrator from Win+R by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Enter

Evgeny Vrublevsky 6 years ago • updated by Long Nguyễn Xuân 3 weeks ago 8
Many users like the classic Win+R for running command-line programs, but it lacks the ability to run programs with administrative privileges by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Enter. This dialog is created by the explorer.exe and the 7TT can change this behaviour.

I use the Windows button in these cases, I type the command, then I press ctrl enter.

How do you do that? 
I've tried but can't get it opened in administrative mode.

It works nice! Thanks very much!

This sounds like it would be a better job for Classic Shell.

Dec 3rd, 2017 - Classic Shell is no longer actively developed . 

Though it has some cool feature, but you don't need to buy a cow for only 1 sausace

It has great functions, but you don't need it for this purpose.

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Turns out that it was implemented in one of the Windows 10 updates. See the following blog post, search for "run":

https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2017/09/13/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-16362-pc-skip-ahead/