I know that in most instances you can just right click (or SHIFT+RIGHT CLICK) to be able to run a specific app as a different user, but if you don’t get the option you can always:
Launch Command Prompt as different user. Here is how you can do it.
- Pin Command Prompt onto Taskbar.
- Hold down Shift key, and right click on the taskbar pinned Command Prompt icon.
- Choose Run as different user.
Type in the user account login info in Windows Security popup and hit OK.
And in the new opened Command Prompt window, which has the privilege from the a different user, run explorer.exe to open the File Explorer that runs as a different user. You can also run the required app from directly from the command prompt window.