A built-in group in Microsoft Windows NT and Windows 2000. The Power Users group is a local group that exists only on member servers and workstations. The initial membership of this group is empty. Generally speaking, a power user is a person who is familiar with the advanced features of a program’s user interface. In Windows NT, a power user is a user who has certain rights.
The Power Users group has preassigned rights including the following:
Power users also have the right to share and manage local disk resources and printers and to create and modify local user accounts on the local machine.