You may be a senior user of Linux, and sudo is your lifestyle. However, how to use “sudo” in Windows except using right-click is still a problem for you probably.
Since I am working for Microsoft now, Windows operation system is the unique choice for me. Through a long and hard exploration, I finally figured out how to use “sudo” like in Linux in Windows prompt.
Here is the command for your reference:
runas /noprofile /user:Administrator "your command"
Then, You might be required to input your password like in Linux (U cannot see what you input too, so just typing…)