Windows runs desktops apps and application files (ex: .bat, .cmd, .exe, and .msc file types) in user mode by default without elevated administrator rights unless it prompts you withÂ UACÂ to run elevated (highest privileges).
When you useÂ Run as administratorÂ on a desktop app or application file, you are allowing it to run with full administrator access to everything on the computer. This means you are giving it special permissions to access restricted parts of the computer that would otherwise be off-limits. This could be a potential security risk if not a trusted app or application file, but sometimes “Run as administrator” is necessary for a trusted app or application file to run properly if it requires elevated rights for full access.
AÂ .ps1Â file is a script, or “cmdlet,” used by Windows PowerShell.
This tutorial will show you how to add or remove theÂ Run as administratorÂ context menu item for .ps1 files for all users in Windows 10 and Windows 11.
A PS1 file is a script, or cmdlet, used by Windows PowerShell.
This tutorial will show you how to add or remove a customÂ Edit or Run withÂ cascading context menu for PowerShellÂ .ps1Â files for all users inÂ Windows 10.
TheÂ Edit or Run withÂ cascading context menu includes the following items for PS1 files :