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You have right click power.

Right clicking on the Start Button in Windows 8.1 displays a pop-up menu with a number of interesting choices. True, it's not quite the same as the old Start Menu, but the pop-up menu does make it very easy for you to access things such as the Task Manager and the Control Panel. You simply click on the item you want from the pop-up menu.

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