Using and Managing Windows 8, running a specific program as an administrator (such as a command Prompt window) is essential, but in addition to the traditional desktop, we can right-click an application and choose "Run as Administrator" from the shortcut menu, as in the previous Windows system We also have to master other methods on the Metro desktop.
First, on the Metro desktop, we can right-click the application's tile and click the "Run as Administrator" button from the function menu that appears below. For applications that do not have a magnetic sticker on the Metro desktop, you can use the search feature to find them, then right-click the application that you want in the search results, and then click Run as Administrator. In addition, on the Metro desktop we can type the name of the application directly on the keyboard and press the ENTER key to run the application, and then press [Ctrl]+[shift]+[enter] shortcut to run the application as an administrator. For example, we can type "CMD" directly on the keyboard and press ENTER to open a command prompt window, or you can press [ctrl]+[shift]+[enter] shortcut keys to open a command prompt window as an administrator.