Windows 10: How can I add Office programs to the Most Used area?
I could kiss you right now. Well, maybe not since I don't know anything about you.
I guess I had manually pinned Excel to the Start area which removed it from the Most Used area. I just unpinned it from Start which put it back in Most Used. Why the heck those two areas are mutually exclusive makes no sense to me but that's Microsoft for you.
It could be Microsoft is trying to reduce things on the Start menu to lessen redundancy which in turn helps performance of the computer, albeit maybe in small ways.
sideNote: I booted up Win10, went to Start, right clicked on cCleaner (known to have a jumplist) and ... and
the jumplist is available from the tile on Start.
Some (3, out of maybe 20) of my installed Programs, all working perfectly well, are not listed in Control Panel -> Programs and Features.
Any ideas on how to rectify this, please?
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