Thanks ... am aware of that setting.
It's the actual installation listing >
example > install a program > the program is listed in the start menu
the program has a header listed with several sub listings >
all are listed as NEW and stay until all are clicked
This seems to be a problem carried over from Windows 8.1
example: If one installs 7 programs, then as many as 7 plus all sub links are listed as NEW.
AND, these listings may be blocked > NO effect from clicking until signing out or restarting explorer.
Was bugged by 10 and server > both using builds 14393 seem buggy.
Currently running Windows 7 on another device.
Doesn't that fix only apply to the "recently added" view?
That's correct. The setting I posted will only affect the "Recent added" section in All Apps.
The only way that I know of to remove "New" from a listed app is to open the app.
Problem solved > not really > fixed however > installed alternate start menu
That's one way.