The administrator account on a Windows PC provides a secure environment in which to execute PC maintenance activities. For example, you may enable the administrator account on Windows 11 to allow someone to fix a problem on your computer.
They’d be able to work on your computer without having to unlock your user profile.
Enable Administrator Account on Windows 11
This article will discuss how you can enable administrator account on Windows 11.
Search Powershell on your Windows search bar.
Select Run as Administrator.
Type net user administrator /active:yes and press Enter.
The built-in administrator account will be activated as soon as you run the command. From the sign-in screen, you’ll be able to access your account.
Type in Computer Management on your Windows search bar.
Expand Local Users and Groups on the left and select the Users folder.
Right-click on the Administrators and select Properties.
Uncheck the Account is disabled option.
Click on Apply and OK.