You can use this tip on Windows Vista and Windows 7 both 32bit and 64bit versions. Now with that out of the way…
We’re going to show you how to add a Run Command to your start menu and configure it in such a way that you will have elevated privileges whenever you use it and avoid the UAC warnings and prompts. This saves you time and keeps you from being annoyed by UAC. Best of all, it’s easy to do.
Here’s how you do it:
Click Start and type CMD in the Search box. This should produce one result: the shortcut to the Windows Command Processor, CMD
Right-click on the CMD shortcut and choose “Pin to Start Menu”.
Click Start again. Right-click the Command Prompt shortcut you just added above and choose “Properties”.
Click the Advanced button and click to select the “Run as administrator” checkbox.
Click OK to save your changes.
Windows 7 users can also add the Run Command to the Taskbar. If you choose this option, you’ll have to right-click on the icon and choose “Run as Administrator” each time you use it.