Right-click on the Start button in Windows 10, and a menu pops up with commands for Power Options, Device Manager, Task Manager, File Explorer, and more. It’s known as the Power User Menu because it offers one-click access to some of the more powerful features in Windows.
But what if commands you never use are taking up space in the menu? Or what if your favorite commands aren’t there? For example, the April 2017 Windows Creators Update removed Control Panel and replaced it with the Settings command. Maybe you want Control Panel back.
You can tweak the Power User Menu in File Explorer, but there’s a limit to how much you can control, and Microsoft doesn’t make it easy. Instead, you’re better off tapping into a third-party utility called Win+X Menu Editor.