The new and Improved Windows 10 Start Menu, combines the look and feel of the classic menu In Windows 7, as well as a few bits and pieces of the Start Screen In Windows 8.1. Along with this, Is the ability to customize It by adding your favorite programs and applications In the All apps section, however some apps simply fail to register. As such, In this tutorial, I will show you how to add Items to the All apps list In the Start menu.
Before I make a start, here's what I'm referring to. Upon clicking on the Start Button at the leftmost area of the Taskbar, the All apps section Is displayed as per the Image below.
When you've clicked on All apps, It will expand with a list of Installed and pre-Installed applications, as Illustrated and highlighted In orange below.
Whilst It's easy enough to pin an app to the actual Start Menu, the same cannot be said for each and every application that you wish to add to All apps. Well, not until now. I will demonstrate how to add any program and application, with Incredible ease. So without further delay, let's rip Into this tutorial.
Step One:The first thing you need to do, Is open File Explorer and In the Address bar, enter the following command.
Then hit the Enter key on your keyboard.