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?

 

Update the Latest Version of Windows 10 on Your HP PCs

Just like any other Windows update, the Fall 2015 Windows 10 update is consigned to your computer through Windows Update. This article narrates what happens if Windows installs the Fall 2015 Update automatically, and instructions are given for manually installing the Fall 2015 Update.

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The following steps written below shows what happens if Windows Update automatically installs the Fall 2015 Update to your system.

Important Note: Windows users are allowed to reset delays the update schedule up to five days, but there is a limitation that you can only apply this reschedule option once.

  1. The login screen opens when you use your computer first time during the day.
  2. A screen opens with a Hi message after you log in, followed by a order of screens that show the progress of the installation
  3. A Let’s start screen displays, when the installation is complete, and then your desktop opens.

The latest version has been installed successfully.

Steps to perform a manual install

Use the following steps to find the update in Windows Update if you don’t wish to wait for Windows to automatically download the Fall 2015 Update.

  1. Search for and open Windows Update in Windows.
  2. Click Check for updates.

 Important Note: The Fall 2015 update will not display if you have upgraded your computer to Windows 10 within the previous 30 days. You are not allowed to install the Fall 2015 update until you have exceeded the 30 days. You can uninstall Windows 10 upgrade in this waiting period, if necessary.

The download process starts and the progress bar tells the percentage of completion.

The new release name reflects in the Windows Update window when the download is complete along with the following restart options.

  1. Click the button next to We’ll schedule a restart to allow Windows to select a restart time. Select a time when you usually don’t use your computer.
  2. Click the button next to Select a restart time to select your own restart schedule, then choose the time and day for the restart.
  3. If it is fine to restart your computer now, click Restart now option.

A Configuring update for Windows 10 screen opens when your computer restarts, and it shows the percentage of completion.

When an Updating Windows screen opens, it shows the percentage of completion and tells the status of the processes like Installing features and drivers, Copying files, and Configuring settings.

Your computer restarts and the Windows login screen opens once the download is complete.

Issue with HP Recovery Manager

Important Note: HP Recovery Manager will not work with the Fall 2015 Update if your computer shipped with Windows 10 pre-installed at the factory.

Specifically, a Can’t open file: X:\sources\Recovery\tools\HP\Rita-tool\ message appears in case you try to open HP Recovery Manager using either of the following methods:

  1. Pressing the F11 key> clicking Troubleshoot, and then selecting HP Recovery Manager

OR

  1. Searching for and choosing HP Recovery Manager, and then clicking Windows Recovery Environment

To fix this problem, download and install one of the following HP software updates:

  • Download HP Recovery Manager Update SP74123 for notebook computers
  • Download HP Recovery Manager Update SP74124 for desktop computers,
  • Download HP Recovery Manager Update SP74138 for business notebook or desktop computers

Need to Know Things before Upgrading to Windows 10

Windows 10 has been released on 29 July 2015 and available as a free upgrade for Windows 7/8/8.1 users. It’s a monumental announcement of the Microsoft as well as for users. Microsoft has provided immense information to simplify the user’s transition from one version to another along with a huge list of features and changes. This document is written with the intention to make it an easy upgrade for you if you are about to make a transition to Windows 10.

Need to Know Things before Upgrading to Windows 10

Customers have two choices between two versions: Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Professional. It is paid for those users who are building their own PC. It is a convenient process to move to this upgrade from Windows 7 if you are using it for long. If you are using a pro version, you will migrate to the Windows 10 professional version, otherwise; your upgrade will be a copy of Windows 10 Home.

You can install Windows 10 using the media creation tool. To upgrade your OS, create a DVD or USB and install on different machines. There are just three simple steps first download the tool, second run the tool and third create installation media.

If you want to upgrade your OS, there are some system requirements for Windows 10 which are as follows:

  • Processor: 1 (GHz) or SoC or faster processor
  • RAM: 1 (GB) for a 32-bit version, or 2GB for 64-bit
  • Hard disk space: 16GB for a 32-bit OS; 20GB for 64-bit OS
  • Graphics card: DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver
  • Display: 1024×600,

Where GHz = gigahertz and GB = gigabyte

It may be possible that even though having all above stated system requirements, it might not be a successful upgrade. Application compatibility, driver and firmware support, and feature support are few factors which decide that your OS will be upgraded or not. To assure that your system meets all the specific requirements, there is a function within the reservation app called ‘Check My PC’.

Microsoft has given a rough idea about how much space it is required to upgrade and how long it’ll take to completely install this version. It needs almost 3 GB space and takes about 20 minutes on new PCs, whereas about an hour on older ones.

Before making this transition, make sure that you have saved your files on cloud or somewhere else. Although most of the files will remain on the hard drive by default as your files, applications and settings will migrate as a process of your upgrade, but all will not migrate.

All above information is about upgrade, transition and system requirement for Windows 10, but do you know what all features and apps won’t be available in Windows 10? Here is a quick look on those sacrifices which you have to make as a Windows 7/8 user:

The one thing which old OS users are going to miss is Media Center as Microsoft has said goodbye to Media Center. Second thing is DVD playback feature. As Microsoft has integrated its own DVD-playing app in Windows 10 so DVD playback feature has been replaced. The third feature which is missing from the list of Windows 10 is Windows 7 desktop gadgets, all gadgets have been uninstalled. Apart from these changes Solitaire, Minesweeper, and Hearts that came with Windows 7 also have been vanished, to be replaced with new versions of apps.

To avail some additional features of Windows 10, you need additional assembly like Windows Hello is a feature which won’t be accessible with a webcam. To enable it, you need a new depth camera or a finger-print reader to log into your PC. Other examples in the same list are additional requirements for Wi-Fi Direct Printing and BitLocker.