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Four ways to become a Windows power user
A power user is a superhero of computer use. Cape not required. Discover four Windows power user tips to gain greater control of your PC environment.
The WINDOWS LOGO + X Power User Menu
Right-clicking the Start button or pressing WINDOWS LOGO + X shows you a list of power user options that you can use. Below shown are: Apps and Features Power Options Event Viewer System Device Manager Network Connections Disk Management Computer Management Command Prompt / Windows PowerShell Command Prompt (Admin) / Windows PowerShell (Admin) Task Manager Settings File Explorer Search Run Shut down or sign out Desktop NOTES: 1. Programs and Features name has been changed to "Apps and Features". 2. Control Panel name has been changed to "Settings". Control Panel can still be run by pressing WINDOWS LOGO + R, typing "control" (without the quotation marks), and then pressing ENTER. 3. Mobility Center only appears if you're using a laptop that runs Windows 10.
Stay in charge: power settings in Windows 10
Want more out of life? So does your battery. Learn Windows tips on how to stay in charge of your portable device’s power.
Where's the Classic Start Menu?
Remember the classic Start Menu on Windows 95 and up to Windows Vista? On Windows 7 and later, the classic Start Menu is no longer available. Only the new Start Menu can be used to run programs, find documents and settings, pin programs, and use system tools. The classic Start Menu had menus: Programs Favourites (only available on Windows 98 and up to Windows Vista) Documents Settings Help Run Suspend (only available on Windows 95-based computers with power management support) Log off... (only available on Windows 98 and up to Windows Vista) Shut Down Both Windows XP and Windows Vista allowed you to use the classic Start Menu instead of the new Start Menu.
WINDOWS LOGO + X Menu
If you press WINDOWS LOGO + X or right-click the Start button, you can get access to some tools that you can use. The tools are: Apps and Features Mobility Center (only available for laptops) Power Options Event Viewer System Device Manager Network Connections Disk Management Computer Management Command Prompt / Windows PowerShell Command Prompt (Admin) / Windows PowerShell (Admin) Task Manager Settings File Explorer Search Run Shut down or sign out Desktop
Power User Challenge - Shut down a PC without using a mouse
Can you guess how to shut down a Windows 10 PC without using a mouse? No scripting or shortcuts. It's a simple Windows 10 keystroke combination. There's a similar combination for putting it to Sleep and Restart.
Shutting down, restarting, or hibernating your PC
To shut down your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Shut down. To restart your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Restart. To put your PC to sleep: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Sleep. To hibernate your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Hibernate. Notes and Tips: - If you enable Hybrid Sleep before putting your PC to sleep, it writes information to a disk, and then turns it off. If a power loss occurs, turning your PC back on will restore information that was written to a disk before it was put to sleep. - For fast start-up to work, your PC must have hibernation enabled. Check with Power Options in Control Panel. - You can also right-click Start and then point to Shut down or sign out. - You can use Power Options in Control Panel to configure your PC's power button or keyboard's sleep button to do other things like shutting down your PC or putting it to sleep. - If you have a laptop, it'll hibernate itself automatically after it's been to sleep for amount of time that you set in Power Options, found in Control Panel or Settings. - If your PC uses InstantGo (also known as Connected Standby), its screen will turn itself off if not used for a long time and continue performing background tasks like updating apps and syncing emails. There's no need to shut down your InstantGo-compatible PC, but if you wish to, hold the power button for four or five seconds, and then slide down from the top of the screen to shut down. - If any pending updates need to restart your PC, clicking Shut Down from the Power icon on the Start menu will configure updates in a first phase, restart your PC, configure updates again in a last phase, and then turn your PC off. - Some devices like keyboard and mouse may wake your PC up from sleep. To put a stop to this, go to Device Manager and check whatever device will wake your PC up from sleep.
Windows 101: Unleash Windows superpower with right click
Behold, the power of the right click! Unleash your potential for productivity with right click in Word, PowerPoint, or Edge.
Constant changing of my choice of web browser.
Why do I not have control of my web browser? Every time I reset to Chrome some 'other powers' decide to change it back to Edge. I feel that MY choice is taken away from me.
Hi . Why does my laptop turns off every 30 minutes?
Hi . Why does my laptop turns off every 30 minutes suddenly? Although all my laptop power option and battery sets on "Never".
To adjust power and sleep settings in Windows 10, go to Start , and select Settings > System > Power & sleep.. Under Screen, select how long you want your device to wait before turning the screen off when you're not using your device.. Under Sleep, select how long you want your device to wait before going to sleep when you’re not using it.. For more power saving options, select Additional ...
Menu (expands to show names for all menu items) Account. File Explorer. Settings. Power. You have the power. Lock or sign out of your PC, switch to another account, or change your account picture by selecting your picture (or the Accounts icon, if you haven't added a personal picture) on the left of the Start menu.
When you open a PowerPoint document, the ribbon appears as a row of labels, or what we call tabs. When you go to a tab, the ribbon for that tab opens and you can see the tools and functions that were formerly in menus and toolbars in earlier versions of PowerPoint. When you see a feature with an arrow , you can click it to get more information ...
If you are missing the option to enable Hibernate and Sleep in Windows 10 Power Options menu, the following article will show you how. Details. Click Start, type: Power Options. Click it. Under Control Panel Home, click Choose what the power buttons do. Click the link Change settings that are currently unavailable