Windows 11 is the recently launched operating system that was developed by Microsoft. There are plenty of features are available in this version of Windows OS. In this Windows, there is a option called Developer Mode that was used by the developers.
The developers use this developer mode to sideload apps. If you’re a user using your PC for email checking, studying purposes, or else for entertainment purposes, then you no need to turn on this Developer mode on your Windows. But If you’re a developer, then you can try this developer mode to develop some software, tools, etc.
By default, the Developer mode is disabled in your Windows. It is easy to turn on the developer mode on Windows 11. The main purpose of the Developer mode is you can download any kind of apps or software from any source. There is no restriction to download software from a unknown source. And also you got whole permission to develop or run the software that you’ve developed. Let’s wrap the Content for the query about “How to Turn On Developer Mode on Windows 11”. Here’s how to do it.
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How to Enable Developer Mode on Windows 11?
To enable developer mode on Windows 11, you need some of the procedures and a combination of keys. There is a main condition to enable the Developer mode on Windows 11. That is you need to have a administrator account, unless if you have an administrator account, then you can’t be able to enable the developer mode on your Windows. Here are the procedures to Enable developer mode on Windows 11.
- First of all, open Settings or press Windows button + I on your Windows 11.
- After opening the Settings, scroll down and select the option named “Privacy and Security“. This option will be located at the left bottom on the Settings.
- Once after selected the Privacy and Security option, select the setting named “For Developers Advertisement
- At last, in the “For Developers” option, you can be able to see the option to enable the Developer Mode. Toggle the button under the Developer Mode to enable the Developer Mode on Windows 11.
To enable the Developer Mode on Windows 11, just follow the above-mentioned procedures. If you’re a Windows 10 user and want to enable the Developer Mode, follow the below-mentioned procedures. For both of these Operating Systems, you need to have an Administrator account to enable the Developer mode.
How to Enable Developer Mode on Windows 10?
As I said earlier, developer mode enables and allows you to install apps or tools from an unknown source. This may be used to test software or to run a tool by a developer with extra options. Follow the below-mentioned procedures to Enable the Developer Mode on Windows 10.
- At very first, press Windows button + I Advertisement
- Then on the Settings, select the option named “Update and Security“.
- After selecting the Update and Security option, scroll down and select the option named “For Developers“.
- Finally, in the option named “For Developers”, you can be able to see the header called Developer mode. Now, Toggle the button to enable the Developer mode on your Windows 10.
Here’s the conclusion of the article. This article is all about how to enable the developer mode on Windows 11. Additionally, I’ve mentioned how to enable developer mode on Windows 10. Let’s quickly recap the process to enable the developer mode on both Windows 10 and 11. First, open your settings and then, click the option called “update and security(Windows 10)” or Privacy and Security(Windows 11). After that, scroll down and click the option named “For developers”. Finally, toggle the developer mode setting to enable the developer mode on your Windows. And that’s it, you have successfully enabled the Developer Mode on your System.