The Win+X Quick Link menu (aka: Power User menu) is a pop-up menu from the Start button that includes shortcuts of common management, configuration, and other power user tools for Windows.
The shortcuts on the Win+X Quick Link menu are broken up into 3 groups. Group1 shortcuts in the bottom section, Group2 shortcuts in the middle section, and Group3 shortcuts in the top section.
This tutorial will show you how to rename any shortcuts you want on the Win+X Quick Link menu for your account in Windows 11.
EXAMPLE: Default shortcuts on Win+X Quick Link menu
Open File Explorer (Win+E).
Copy and paste %LocalAppdata%\Microsoft\Windows\WinX into the address bar of File Explorer, and press .
Open the Group1 (bottom), Group2 (middle), or Group3 (top) folder for the Win+X Quick Link menu group you want to rename a shortcut in. (see screenshot below)
Right click or press and hold on the shortcut (ex: "System") you want to rename, and click/tap on Properties. (see screenshots below)
In the Shortcut tab, type the new name (ex: "System < About") you want for this shortcut in the Comment field, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshot below)
Repeat steps 3 to 5 if you would like to rename any other shortcuts on the Win+X menu.
When finished, restart the explorer process or sign out and sign in to apply your changes to the Win+X Quick Link menu.
You can now open the Win+X Quick Link menu to see your renamed shortcut(s). (see screenshot below)