Windows 10 Requesting for Administrator Rights? Stop it With Experts’ Aid

Do you also have a complain that your operating system is requesting for administrator rights? Windows 10 Tech Support professionals will teach to handle the matter in such a way that the future working experience will stay away from such concerning protests. Certainly, users who have updated their earlier edition to Windows 10 are enjoying and appreciating the advanced features and tools available in this OS. But on the other side, they have a little complain as well. The concerning complain is that ‘whenever a user wants to get an app from unknown developer, Windows 10 requests for Administrator right’. Below guide is beneficial for users who wish to get rid of massive annoyance due to the same.         

What Actually the Issue Is?

In order to serve users with better and better, Windows manufacturers keep on developing and providing the updated version of this operating system. Windows 10 is also a great development that facilitates people with outstanding speed, performance, and ultimately experience. But a minor thing that makes this software a little bit frustrating is its property to asks for administrator rights when users want to access an app belonging to the unknown designer. Though, this feature that comes beneath Windows SmartScreen option requests for the rights in order to maintain your device’s security yet sometimes it really irritates a lot.

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However, even the Windows 10 Technical Support mavens themselves recommend keeping this feature ‘enable’ so as to ensure your PC’s safety but still, if you wish to ‘disable’ it, go through the below guidelines.             

Steps to Prevent Windows 10 From Requesting for the Administrator Rights

  1. Go to the Control Panel. You can do this simply by typing ‘Control Panel’ in the search bar followed by hitting ‘Enter’.
  2. After that, click ‘System & Security’.
  3. From here go to the ‘Security & Maintenance’ option.
  4. Here, click on arrow present nearby Security to open dropdown list.
  5. At this step, scroll downwards and locate ‘Windows SmartScreen’ option.

You’ll find that the option with heading Windows SmartScreen is ‘ON’ which means you are allowing the OS to ask for the rights it is requesting.

  1. Press the ‘Change Settings’ button   

Doing this will provide you with the options related to Windows SmartScreen. You can choose any of the two options except the first one that was enabled formerly:

  • The second option that warns you but will not request for administrator rights
  • The third option that will simply ‘Disable’ or ‘Turn off’ the Windows SmartScreen.

If followed carefully, these guidelines will instruct your W10 not to annoy you by asking for the rights again in the future.  

Wrapping Up: However, the aforementioned steps will aid you in turning off the Windows SmartScreen option with ease but doing this can put your PC at risks. So, it is better not to disable it. Still, if you want to keep the option turned off, ensure your device’s protection with aid of some important safety measures from Windows 10 Customer Support mavens’ end.      

 Also Read:- How to be careful of Virus & Malwares when connected to internet?


How to Find Out the License Agreement for the Installed Version of Windows

While installing Windows, you are shown a screen that explains the Windows license agreement that includes all the information about all the legal language, the responsibilities of Microsoft, and what you can and cannot do with Windows. Users come across the license agreement at the point of installing Windows only and if you ask someone in general to see or show it again after installing your version of Windows, it will be tough for him/her. This is a veru usual case and may of the Windows users found it tough to see and read the license agreement again. So this is the guide to help the users like you who found it difficult to find license agreement for all editions of Windows you currently installed.

First of all you need to identify the version of Windows that is currently installed on your machine and if you already know the version of installed Windows, skip the instruction that explain how to identify what version of Windows you are using.




Windows 7 and Windows 8 users need to left-click on the Start Menu, then right-click on Computer, and then click on the option Properties. Windows 10 users need to right-click on the Start Menu and then left-click on the option System.

Following the above step will show the System control panel that will show you the detailed information on what version of Windows you are running as shown below:

If you need experts help for knowing which version of Windows you are using, call PCTECH24.CO.AU experts to get support for Windows 7 and support for Windows 10. Now when you know what version of Windows you are running, you may open the folder which contains all of the license agreements for your version of Windows. To open license agreements for your version of Windows, press Windows key, and while holding Windows key down, press the letter R key to open the Run dialog.

Copy and paste or type c:\windows\system32\en-US\Licenses\_Default in the blabl space of the run box and click or tap on OK button.

Clicking or tapping on OK button will open a folder that will show individual subfolders for every edition of the Windows version installed on your computer. Each of these folders have the respective license agreement for the version of Windows that is installed on your machine.

Scroll through the list of folders and click twice on the one that corresponds to the edition of Windows you have installed on your machine. When the folder opens, you will see a single file called license.rtf there and this file is the license agreement for your version of Windows.  Double-click on it to view  and read it in Wordpad or Word.