Re: Running Commands with Admin Privilege
Yeah...I always just do that 9although I use powershell mostly)...toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Lol the assisant was always called Cortana, and can be disabled. But for some reason windows-x occasionally doesn't get you to the menu...something to do with the taskbar maybe? In any case I don't worry about it -- run works every time, so long as explorer is up and running (if it's flaked out for some reason you can always use task manager...)
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Sent: May 25, 2021 02:23 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Running Commands with Admin Privilege
Martin, I find a *very* reliable, as in thus far foolproof, way to get to command prompt is by bringing up the run dialog (windows key + r) then typing cmd & pressing ctrl+shift+enter. This eliminates Kertonna unpredictabilities, or whatever MS calls its alleged assistant NOW.
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