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How to start an Elevated Command Prompt in Windows 7 and Vista


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Posted 12 April 2010 - 04:34 PM

A new tutorial titled How to start an Elevated Command Prompt in Windows 7 and Vista was added by BleepingComputer.com. Please use this topic to discuss any aspect of this tutorial.

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A Command Prompt allows you to run programs, manipulate Windows settings, and access files by typing in commands that you wish to execute. To start a Command Prompt you simply need to type cmd.exe in the search field in the Start menu or click on Start, then Accessories, and then click on the Command Prompt icon. A window will appear, called the Command Prompt, that will open in your user profile folder and wait for you to issue commands.

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