You are already aware with this fact that Windows sometimes requires administrator permission in order to run certain programs which use to make changes in systems files. For instance, CCleaner and TuneUp Utilities that always run in Administrator mode in Windows 7.
One simple way to run a program as an Administrator is to Right click on that program icon lying on desktop or inside the Start menu and select Run as an Administrator. This technique all of you know already.
There is an alternate way also which is a keyboard shortcut actually, that lets you to quickly launch any program in Administrator mode without using the mouse. In this method while a program icon is selected, hold Ctrl and Shift at the same time and press Enter, click “Yes” on the User Access Control (UAC) warning and the program will then launch in Administrator mode. Alternatively, press Ctrl + Shift and double click on the program icon. It will do the same job for you.