The more you use computers, the more tricks you learn about Windows. However it's always a good idea to count on some extra help for the most hidden features.
Commands in Demand is a handy tool that provides you with immediate access to more than 70 Windows features and commands. The program is mainly aimed at non-technical users, for whom these hidden tools may be harder to find. Commands in Demand doesn't actually add any new features to your system; it simply gives you a shortcut to specific functions that otherwise take longer to get to.
All the functions included in Commands in Demand are conveniently organized in several categories. The program has an easy-to-use interface with two main areas: a menu on the left where you can see all the categories, and a main area that displays the content of the currently selected category.
Commands in Demand lets you control CPU and memory usage, restart Windows Explorer, kill a non-responding app, make the taskbar transparent, start the screensaver right away and a lot more. There are also shortcuts to Windows basic apps, such as Calculator, Notepad, Paint, Wordpad, DirectX Diagnosis, and Disk Defragmenter, among others.
Commands in Demand can be really useful to find the most hidden features and utilities in the Windows system.