Windows 10: Windows 10 empty all apps list
Windows 10 empty all apps list
I'm not sure when this started happening. Might have been after a Windows update and the system reboot. I've been living with it for a couple weeks now.
When I click All apps in the start menu, the list is empty. The apps in the most used list are still populated and when I install a new app, it shows up as a new app. But when I click All apps, it never shows anything. Just an empty menu with a back button.
The apps in the tile portion of the start menu show up fine and I'm able to search for apps to launch them, but I'd like to be able to easily go through all the apps I have installed.
I don't have a good answer for you.
If and after you have exhausted your search for a solution, consider using system restore and pick a date that is at least 2+ weeks ago as your restore point.
I've tried the tutorial Here and it does not work.
I'm trying to add the app 'DotA 2' and have put it in the \programdata\microsoft\windows\start menu\programs and then restarted my PC. It is still not showing up.
Is there a shortcut or other way to speed through the list of all apps, say, go directly to W? Or a method to Find an app?
Win10 forams plz halp mi. Iz ther a wai tu maek all apps list insted of groups (0-9, A, B, etc.)?
when wif win7 i crated mi own foldrs in all aps menu. pls wni10 farum halp mi.
Since the latest build has the kernel revision to 10 (that escalated quickly), I'm curious as to see if this is causing any programs to not work, work just fine, or work in capability mode.
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