Hi everyone, I am here to share how to open any Windows 10 Apps from command line.

1. Open
2. Find your app
3. Right click and choose "Create Shortcut"
4. Yes, placed the shortcut on desktop
5. Right click the shortcut and choose "Properties"
6. Take a look on the Target Type
7. Open powershell (by opening start and type powershell)
8. Type
get-appxpackage > 123.txt
9. Win-key + r then put "%UserProfile%" in the box and enter
10. Open 123.txt
11. Find the PackageFamilyName in the txt that matches with the Target Type you from the properties (You can use ctrl + f)
12. Browse to the InstallLocation corresponded to the PackageFamilyName
13. Open the AppxManifest.xml
14. Look for "Executable=" for the app you want. (As some app package contains more than one app, such mail and calendar are under the same packetage)
15. On the same line, find the ID of the app
16 Then your command line is :
explorer.exe shell:apps\folder\put-your-PackageFamilyName-here!put-your-app-ID-here
Such as mail:
explorer.exe shell:appsFolder\microsoft.windowscommunicationsapps_8wekyb3d8bbwe!microsoft.windowslive.mail
                              ^Here is the PackageFamilyName                   !^Here is the app ID