If you are the original user on the computer you should already be an administrator. If you are not the original user, and you are not the administrator then you need to log in to the admin account and make the changes. If you
If you are running windows 10 pro you can go to the windows start menu icon and right click, then go to computer management.
Under local users and groups find groups. Under groups go to administrators and add yourself to that group.
If you are using windows 10 (non pro) then you can access the user accounts settings from the control panel instead.
If you don't know the administrator account then you would need to Crack the password.
Edited by audiophoenix, 24 September 2015 - 02:48 PM.