PowerShell Start-Process Command – Run Executables

PowerShell Start-Process Command - Run Executables

The Start-Process is a PowerShell command used to start single or more processes in a controlled and managed way. By default, the started process inherits all current PowerShell environment. The Start-Process can execute or start an executable file, batch script, MS-DOS and PowerShell command even Java application. The Start-Process can be used to specify user … Read more

How To Run MS-DOS (cmd.exe) As An Administrator In Windows?

How To Run MS-DOS (cmd.exe) As An Administrator In Windows?

MS-DOS or Command Prompt or cmd.exe is used to execute commands on Windows operating systems. Sometimes some commands may require higher privileges which is generally Administrator privileges in order to run properly. For these situations, the MS-DOS or cmd.exe should be opened as an Administrator. Open MS-DOS As An Administrator via Start Menu The Start … Read more

How To Open Elevated Command Prompt (MS-DOS or PowerShell)?

How To Open Elevated Command Prompt (MS-DOS or PowerShell)?

The “elevated command line“, “elevated command prompt“, “elevated cmd” or “elevated mod” is used to describe a command-line interface which can be MS-DOS or PowerShell that has the Administrator privileges. The elevated command line can run Administrator commands easily. By default, the command line interface is opened with the currently active user privileges which is … Read more