Elevated Command Prompt Here 1.2
A simple, yet efficient application that helps to eliminate the process of opening a command prompt with administrator privileges
As its name implies, the program works only with XP and Vista operating systems and stands as an alternative to the traditional way of opening command prompt, allowing users to elevate usage to administrator using the Windows Explorer context menu.
Typically, launching command prompt in XP and Vista with administrator rights is a complicated operation, especially if you’re not logged in with an admin account. Vista/XP Command Prompt Here eliminates the need to logout and log back in to perform this type of operation.
The program relies on a simple installation process and lacks an actual interface. Its whole functionality is made available in the Explorer context menu; simply right-click a folder and look for the ‘Elevated Command Prompt Here’ option.
If you’re not logged in as an administrator, it will simply prompt you to enter the credentials afferent to the admin account, following which it allows you to access command prompt with elevated rights (provided that the credentials are correct, of course). On Windows XP, this type of behavior is exhibited even if the user is logged in as administrator.
Bottom line, Vista/XP Command Prompt Here eases your work in command prompt a whole lot, eliminating the need to switch between Windows accounts in order to access it with administrator rights. Elevated permissions are made accessible immediately, unlike Windows’ traditional method.
Reviewed by Andreea Matei, last updated on November 6th, 2014
Elevated Command Prompt Here
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Application descriptionOpening a command prompt and navigating to a specific folder can be both time consuming and mind numbing at the same t...