Linux fans and regular macOS Terminal users are more likely than anyone to be familiar with the “sudo,” command. Short for “superuser do,” it tells your system to elevate your privileges to root access when you’re bopping around your system using command line — that is, text-only — control.
BleepingComputer writes that this concept is coming to Windows Server 2025, according to a newly-leaked preview build. Wild times.
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