Welcome to our Windows 10 tutorial series.
We will be spending time walking you through the ins and outs of Windows 10.
Here’s a little discussion about the included modern applications and how to quickly find them.
Just like programs were in versions past, apps are at the very heart of the modern Windows experience. And the refreshed All Apps section in the Windows 10 Start Menu provides access to the built-in and third-party apps that you have acquired from the Windows Store.
Things were, obviously, very different here in Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.
In these versions, the Start Screen offered access to a bulleted list and displayed all the apps that were installed on that particular system — either direct or via the Command bar at the bottom.
This time around, Microsoft is bringing all the action into the Start Menu in Windows 10.
The listing now is still alphabetized, all the programs and apps installed on your computer are available here, and you can select the desired app to open it.
They are, of course, segregated into letters for easy discovery.
Right-clicking the various icons opens up a small menu with options like Unpin from Start, Pin to taskbar and Uninstall — three simple options that let you further manage your apps and programs.