Question about Computers & Internet
When I try and install used software, I often get a message : " must have administrator's privileges" or similar, and it won't let me install. Is there a way to set the computer to allow me administrator's privileges?
What you need to do is first log into the system as an administrator and then go to the "Users" icon in the Control Panel.
Select your username and change the account type to administrators.
Please let me know if you need details steps to attaining this...
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