How to access the Power User Tasks Menu in Windows 8By Lawrence Abrams on October 29, 2012 | Last Updated: December 13, 2012 | Read 8,601 times.
Windows 8 includes a new menu called the Power User Tasks menu that allows quick access to various power user functions in Windows 8. This menu can be accessed from any screen and includes options such as the classic control panel, event viewer, and the elevated command prompt. This makes it easier for a user to quickly perform advanced tasks in Windows 8.
To access the Power Use Tasks menu, you need to hover your mouse cursor over the lower left corner of the screen as shown in the image below.
When you hover your cursor, the preview thumbnail will be shown that displays the screen of the application that you had last used.
Whem the preview thumbnail appears, right-click with your mouse and the Power Users Task menu will appear.
This menu allows quick access to the following Windows applications or sections:
To access one of these tasks, simply click on the choice you wish to use and you will automatically be brought to that feature or screen.
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