most PC setups involve one or more users ,either the only user (1) or the first user that was setup .will be listed as (user) Administrator . this can be a little misleading as although it says Administrator you dont have full adminisrtrator rights . disabling uac can make things go a little smoother but there is no way to avoid having to (run as administrator) with some tasks.
there is a simple method to activate a(true administrator account)depending on what version you have, but this is not advised as it is a less secure option .
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