How to find games I've downloaded from Microsoft Store (Windows 10)

  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

    How to find games I've downloaded from Microsoft Store (Windows 10)

    Hi All,

    I need help finding the folder for the games I downloaded from the Microsoft Store in Windows 10. It gets annoying finding games through the search tool and having them pinned to my taskbar would also be inconvenient. I would rather they were in a folder. Does anyone know how to get them all into one folder? I've tried..
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    Windows 10 Pro

    If they are xbox app games they are listed and can be launched via the xbox app.

    For a list of all your downloaded app games, click the store app, click your account photo on the upper right of your screen and click "my library", all your game downloads will be there, you can then click on a game and then click open to play it.

    TC :)
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  3. Posts : 1
    WINDOWS 10

    Hello apulu18

    I know this is an old post but I found it when I was looking for the same thing I hope by now you found your solution but for the sake of others coming across this post I wanted to put my 2c in. We all should know how to find our Apps and games on Win10 by now through the Store App but to find it by natively looking for the folder on your local hard drive ("C:" is normally the default) in the root folder where "Program Files" & "Program Files x86" are there is another folder with your downloaded installed games that are put in a folder titled "WindowsApps" the problem is the game or program/app has an entirely random name like all my gears of war 4 items are in folder titled "Microsoft.SpartaUWP_10.3.0.2_x64__8wekyb3d8bbwe" I only know this as it's my latest game that the Store app tells me has been updated. In kind when I found the folder I just ordered the folders in date modified so the latest one was on top.

    I hope this helps others and was the reply you where looking for or at least the start
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