Ways to Open the Power User Tasks Menu in Windows 8

It has been almost a year since the launch of the new Windows 8 OS. The new OS interface is little changed from the earlier version of OS. Many new users need do spare time to get acquainted with it. The start menu has been replaced by start screen. It also includes Power User Tasks Menu that lists many useful options that provides you the quick links to some common administrative and power user tasks in Windows 8. Here is the tutorial how you can access the Power User Tasks Menu in Windows 8.Open Power user tasks Menu Windows 8As we all are aware that Windows 8 comes with many new features that are different from its predecessors or its earlier versions. Power User Tasks Menu is one such feature in Windows 8. You can access several other administrative and power user tasks in Windows 8.

Power User Tasks Menu can be easily launched using Windows key + X. It appears at the bottom left corner of your main display. The menu consists of some links that would open some common administrative and power user tasks in Windows 8.

Power user tasks Menu

Using Windows + X keys will also allow you to see the available underlined Alt + (letter) keyboard shortcuts to open each item listed in the menu. You can also access the menu by moving your mouse pointer to the lower left corner of your screen until you see the Start pop-up, then right click on the Start pop-up.

Upon using both the methods, if you are still not able to open Power User Tasks Menu then it means that you haven’t opened anything yet from the Start screen. By navigating to the desktop you can allow the Power User Tasks Menu to open afterwards from any location in Windows 8.

Upon following the steps described above you can now easily access Power User Tasks Menu in Windows 8.

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