How to Run Device Manager as Admin in Windows 10/Windows 11
To run the Device Manager as admin, you must first open the command prompt as administrator, then run the
The following steps describe how to do it.
- Click the Start button and type CMD.
- Right-click the Command Prompt in the search results and choose Run as administrator from the menu that appears.
- Next, enter the following command into Command Prompt:
Device Manager is the primary tool we use to manage installed hardware on a Windows computer. We can use Device Manager to update the device drivers, identify hardware problems, Enable/disable hardware, and view driver information.
You can use the above method on Windows 10/11, Windows Server, or any other version of Windows to run Device Manager as Admin.