TURNING ON ADMINISTRATOR ACCOUNT FOR WINDOWS 10

Well it may become handy to activate the Administrator account on Windows 10 at some point in time. Being that the account is not on by default (even when it says your administrator, you're not). You have to turn it on at the command line level.

Turn on administrator account
Right click windows logo and run PowerShell as administrator
Type: net user administrator /active:yes

Turn off administrator account
Right click windows logo and run PowerShell as administrator
net user administrator /active:no

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  1. Do I have to do that every time I boot?

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    1. If you don't turn it back off it keeps showing as a 2and account.

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