The Power User Menu (or Win+X Menu) is a handy feature in Windows that grants quick access to a number of useful functions and apps. And while Microsoft doesn’t let users modify this menu by default, some third party tools can let you edit the Power User Menu to better suit your workflow. Here’s how it works.
Windows 10 users can quickly launch the Command Prompt via the Power User Menu with just three keystrokes. But what about the more advanced and capable PowerShell? Here’s how you can configure Windows 10 to replace Command Prompt with PowerShell in the Power User Menu.
All Windows users should have a strong account password, but not everyone necessarily needs to require a password in order to log-in to their PC. Here’s how you can bypass the Windows 8 password screen while still maintaining your account password.
The new Power User Menu in Windows 8.1 provides quick access to your computer’s shut down, restart, and sleep functions. But what if you’d rather have your PC hibernate? Here’s how to add power-saving hibernation to the Windows 8.1 Power User Menu.