Use the Quick Access Menu in Windows 8

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    Move the mouse cursor to the lower left corner of the screen
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    Right-click on the Start Menu icon. The Quick Access menu opens. Let's look at the second way to open it.
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    Press the Windows key and the "x" key at the same time
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    This also opens the Quick Access menu. It is a very useful menu, which allows us to access the basic features of the Control Panel. For example, "Programs and Features", "Mobility Center", "Power Options", "System", "Network Connections", "Disk Management", and so on.
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to use the Quick Access menu on Windows 8 computers
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Recent edits by: Amanda, Lukward Thomason

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