While Windows have many open features and functionalities with whom most users are aware, but a few users know about some incredibly powerful hidden features in Windows that can greatly enhance your experience and command over the Windows operating system. Among those hidden features is the Super Administrator of a Windows account with whom you might not be familiar with. Activating super administrator in Windows would be your most favorite option when it comes to tackle with a lot of issues and functionalities in Windows that requires special permissions and rights. In the course of the next couple of paragraphs, I am going to tell you an easier method with which activating super administrator in Windows would be a matter of ease and convenience to you.
If you are the only user on Windows, or if you have couple of users, you might have set one or more accounts as an admin in your Windows through the control panel. Now you might be thinking that whether this super administrator account in your Windows would be something more powerful and extraordinary in permissions and rights as compared to your normal admin account. If so, then you are thinking right because like its name suggests, super administrator in Windows is indeed an account with maximum privileges and rights in a Windows OS.
Super Administrator in Windows
With super admin account enabled, you can do some extraordinary changes in your Windows, override several UAC settings, and can initiate in-depth troubleshooting procedures for any possible problems in your operating system. Therefore, if the above description of the super administrator in Windows give you some appeal and curiosity to use this account, then be prepared as I am about to share with you an easier and quick way by which activating super administrator in Windows would be a charm for you. So let’s begin.
Activating Super Administrator in Windows: The easy and fast method
Note: In order to enable super admin in Windows through this step, you need a Professional or Enterprise edition of either Windows 7, 8, or 8.1.
Many people are not so-techie enough to handle things in a coding or command-processing environment such as in MS Dos, so for those folks activating the super admin account in Windows this step would be an ideal deal. First you need to open local users and group window, press the windows key on your keyboard and press “R” alphabet key with holding the win key as well. A small box will open on the lower left side of your screen with the name of “Run” printed above it. This box is used in Windows to run any kind of features or functions without getting into special environments such as command prompt.
Now after the “Run” box has opened, type in “lusmgr.msc” (or right click on my computer and select “Manage” in Windows 7) and then press enter to execute the command. A window will now open highlighting several options, split-sections, and the names of users and groups in the form of folders in it. Under the heading of “Local Users and Groups” select and click on user’s folder. Over there you will notice in that names will be appearing of users who currently have accounts on your Windows and among them will be one named as “Administrator”.
Double click on this name and a new window will open which would be the properties of admin account. In the “general” tab of this property’s window, which will be opened by default, you need to check-off the tick mark from the entry “Account is disabled”. Press apply and then OK to close the property’s window. Now, you can either restart your PC or just log off from your account simply and on the welcome screen of Windows where user accounts appear prior to start, you will notice a new account that would appear by the name of “administrator”. Log in to that account and now you will act as the super administrator of your Windows and can do almost anything you would like with your Windows OS.
So, this is the easiest method of activating super administrator in Windows for your convenience of executing several special tasks, troubleshooting, and adjustments in Windows’ core functionalities. However, be cautious while using full rights account in Windows and use it only when you really know what you are doing because if anything done wrong or ill-used, your Windows might well become malfunctioned and you might have to re-install a new copy from the start to get things back to normal again.