Run CMD as Administrator with SU Supershell for Windows 10/8/7

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  1. Just FYI, this is not a standalone utility; it comes bundled as “Gtools” with several other programs. It has an installation process which I think just installs the files in your Program Files(x86) folder. There’s no uninstaller. So, if you download this, you’re installing much more than the su utility. I ended up deleting it because I don’t like surprises.

    Rob

  2. I think I have mentioned it in the post that the utility is a part of Gtools. By standalone I meant, the EXE can be copied and carried around anywhere and it can also be used from different folders.

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