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    List of Commands to Open Microsoft Store Apps in Windows 10
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    List of Commands to Open Microsoft Store Apps in Windows 10

    This tutorial will provide you with a list of Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) commands to open specific Windows 10 Store apps via the command prompt, Run (Win+R) dialog, and scripts. You can also use these commands to create shortcuts.

    The commands in the table below work as is to open apps from the Run (Win+R) dialog, address bar of File Explorer, address bar of web browser.

    To use the commands to open apps from a command prompt or script (ex: .bat), you would need to add the Start command with a space after it in front of the command in the table below.

    For example, command below to use for Action Center in command prompt:

    Start ms-actioncenter:

    App URI Command
    3D Builder
    Action Center ms-actioncenter:
    Alarms & Clock ms-clock:
    Available Networks ms-availablenetworks:
    Calculator calculator:
    Calendar outlookcal:
    Candy Crush Soda Saga candycrushsodasaga:
    Connect ms-projection:
    Cortana ms-cortana:
    Device Discovery ms-settings-connectabledevices:devicediscovery
    Drawboard PDF drawboardpdf:
    Facebook fb:
    Feedback Hub feedback-hub:
    Get Help ms-contact-support:
    Groove Music mswindowsmusic:
    Mail outlookmail:
    Maps bingmaps:
    Microsoft Edge microsoft-edge:
    Microsoft Solitaire Collection xboxliveapp-1297287741:
    Microsoft Store ms-windows-store:
    Microsoft Store - Music
    Microsoft Store - Movies & TV
    Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition minecraft:
    Mixed Reality Camera ms-holocamera:
    Mixed Reality Portal ms-holographicfirstrun:
    Movies & TV mswindowsvideo:
    News bingnews:
    OneNote onenote:
    Paint 3D ms-paint:
    People ms-people:
    Photos ms-photos:
    Project Display ms-settings-displays-topology:projection
    Settings ms-settings:
    Tips ms-get-started:
    Twitter twitter:
    View 3D Preview
    Voice Recorder ms-callrecording:
    Weather bingweather:
    Windows Defender Security Center windowsdefender:
    Windows Mixed Reality Environments ms-environment-builder:
    Windows Parental Controls ms-wpc:
    Xbox xbox:
    Xbox - Friends list
    Xbox - Profile page
    Xbox - Network settings
    Xbox - Settings
    Xbox One SmartGlass smartglass:

    That's it,

  1.    4 Weeks Ago #1

    Here's one for Photos

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    Thank you for the addition loudnproud, and welcome to Ten Forums.
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