I'm sure I'm missing something simple here, if so I apologize for asking this question.
I need to run the Windows 8 task manager as administrator from a standard user account's login session. Under Windows 7 I used to right-click the task bar or hit Ctrl+Alt+Del and pick "Task Manager", then when the task manager window pops up on the screen I'd click the button in the bottom left corner (can't remember its exact name, something to the effect of "Show processes for all users") and the task manager will start as an admin.
Now I understand all the glitzy improvements in Windows 8's task manager, but where the heck is "Show processes for all users" button?
I also understand that I can create a shortcut to run task manager as admin and place it on my desktop, but I rarely see my desktop. It's covered by 10 windows or so. Is there a simpler method to do this that I'm sure Microsoft thought of in their infinite wisdom?