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Well it would be `sudo apt-get install X` and the password is my password. In Windows how do I write a file to C:\ without logging into the administrator account? I didn't know, my friend didn't know, what's happened?

The equivalent of sudo is right click / run as administrator. You can run a command-line shell like cmd or PowerShell, or a file manager this way, and it will allow you to write everywhere.

`start-process notepad -Verb runAs`

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