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Show Run As Different User Command in Start on Windows 10

Follow this guide to show "Run as a different user" command on the Start Menu in Windows 10 computer, referring to the picture below.

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Video guide on how to show Run as different user command on Windows 10 Start Menu:

Steps to show Run as different user command in Start on Windows 10:

Step 1: Get into Local Group Policy Editor.

Step 2: Open Show "Run as different user" command on Start in User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Start Menu and Taskbar.

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Step 3: Enable the setting by selecting Enabled and clicking OK.

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After these procedures, the "Run as a different user" command will appear on the list when you right-click a program which supports this functionality in the Start Menu.

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