How To Enable Super Administrator Account in Windows

Enable Super Administrator Account in Windows
If you're using Administrator account in Windows then you don't know about the Super Administrator Account. Yes! Super Administrator Account is also an account in Windows like Guest or normal Administrator account. Most users don't know about the Super Account, So if people don't know about it then how can they use? Actually, Super Administrator Account is different from your current account. It's some special. In normal administrator account, you have to face permissions or some other time waste formalities. But I already said, super account is some special, in which you won't face any problem and of course it gives extra advantages better than normal administrator account. So, if you want to enable Super Administrator Account then follow below procedure.

Actually, there are two different ways to enable Super Administrator Account. You can enable your account from Cmd (Command Prompt) and can also enable through local users and groups. So here I shared both ways. You can follow anyone of them. I hope, this article will be helpful for you.

From Local Users And Groups

First open Run, by pressing 'WIN+R' and type lusrmgr.msc, press Enter.

Enable Super Administrator Account in Windows
After this action, a menu of local users and groups will open. Where on right side, your enable account will be showing. Now right click on 'Administrator' account and go to the 'Properties'.

Enable Super Administrator Account in Windows
Uncheck the checkbox 'Account is disabled' and click on OK.

Enable Super Administrator Account in Windows
Now your super account is enabled, you can switch your current account and can use your new super account. But if wanna create a password for it to make secure then follow same procedure and again open a menu of local users and groups. Now right click on 'Administrator' and go to the 'Set Password'. So create your password and make your account safe.

Enable Super Administrator Account in Windows

From Cmd (Command Prompt)

Cmd (Command Prompt) is another way to enable Super Administrator account. If you're not satisfied and feel cramped from above Local Users and Groups then follow this. Cmd is one of the easiest way, you can enable your super account in few simple steps. To enable super account from Cmd, first you need to open Cmd. Windows 8 or 8.1 users can open by pressing 'WIN+X', but if you are Windows 7 user then go the start and in search type 'Cmd' and open it with 'Run As Administrator' like below image.

Enable Super Administrator Account in Windows
Once Cmd has been opened, then type below command in it. If you can't type this difficult command and wanna copy and paste it in Cmd then check out this article 'How To Enable Copy Paste Option In Cmd'.
Net user administrator /active:yes

Enable Super Administrator Account in Windows
Now your super account has been created. You can enjoy it and can play with it. But if you wanna disable it then open again Cmd. Type below command in it and press Enter.
Net user administrator /active:no

Enable Super Administrator Account in Windows
So these were two different ways for enable Super Administrator account in Windows. As I've already told you that Super Account is some different from your normal account. You should use it and should get the using experience of it. If you have any question and need any help then leave your comment below. I hope this article will be helpful for you. If you find help in this then share it with your friends and others.
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