If you are troubleshooting something that needs to run as administrator, you can enable it with a simple command. The signifigance of being able to run POSIX compliant software, or at least easily porting it, means that an operating system can share applications with others -- OS X, SysV, OS/2, Is that really the most pressing thing you have to automate away...? Windows 10 Won't Restart After Update Using a Microsoft Account You are correct in saying that you need to log on to Windows 10 with a Microsoft Account (MSA) to make full use of its features.
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