Get apps from Microsoft Store on your Windows 10 PC
Apps will also get updated automatically, so you always have the latest features. Here's how to download apps and games so you can get up and running right away. Go to the Start button, and then from the apps list select Microsoft Store. Visit the Apps or Games tab in Microsoft Store. To see more of any category, select Show all at the end of
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See all your apps in Windows 10
(2 days ago) Some apps are in folders within the app list—like Notepad, which is in the Windows Accessories folder. To choose whether your Start menu settings show all your apps or only the most used ones, select Start > Settings > Personalization > Start and adjust each setting you want to change.
Fix problems with apps from Microsoft Store
(2 days ago) Reinstall your apps: In Microsoft Store, select See more > My Library. Select the app you want to reinstall, and then select Install. Run the troubleshooter: Select the Start button, and then select Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot, and then from the list select Windows Store apps …
Change which apps run automatically at startup in Windows 10
(1 days ago) Here are two ways you can change which apps will automatically run at startup in Windows 10: Select the Start button, then select Settings > Apps > Startup.Make sure any app you want to run at startup is turned On.. If you don’t see the Startup option in Settings, right-click the Start button, select Task Manager, then select the Startup tab. (If you don’t see the Startup tab, select More
Uninstall or remove apps and programs in Windows 10
(2 days ago) Select Start , then select Settings > Apps > Apps & features. Or just click the shortcut link at the bottom of this article. Select the app you want to remove, and then select Uninstall. Uninstall from the Control Panel (for programs) In the search box on the taskbar, type Control Panel and select it from the results.
Turn on automatic app updates
(Just Now) Under App updates, set Update apps automatically to On. For Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1. On the Start screen, select Store to open the Store. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Settings. (If you're using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, and then click Settings.)
Change default programs in Windows 10
(8 days ago) Apps need to be installed before you can set them as the default. You may want your .pdf files, or email, or music to automatically open using an app other than the one provided by Microsoft. To choose default apps by file type. scroll down and select Choose default apps by file type.
Choose language settings for your keyboard, websites, and apps
(1 days ago) You can add an input language in Settings. Adding an input language lets you set a language-preference order for websites and apps. It also lets you change your keyboard language. Select Start > Settings > Time & Language > Language. Under Preferred languages, select the language that contains the keyboard you want, and then select Options.
Setting up Apps in the Your Phone app
(6 days ago) Using a Wi-Fi connection, Apps allows you to browse, play, order, chat, and more – all while using your PC’s larger screen and keyboard. You can add your Android apps as favorites on your PC, pin them to your Start menu and taskbar, and open them in separate windows to use side-by-side with apps on your PC – helping you stay productive.
Install Office apps from Office 365
(5 days ago) After you've signed up for Microsoft 365, you and your employees can install your Office apps. From the admin center, select Office software.. Choose a language, and then select Install.. When prompted, select Run.. Select Yes to allow the app to make changes to your device.. The installation may take several minutes, depending on your Internet speed.
Find all your apps and programs
(2 days ago) Find all your apps and programs. Windows 10 More Less. Looking for a long-lost app or program? Select the Start button, and then scroll through the alphabetical list on the left. To reduce scrolling, select any letter in the alphabetical list, and then select the letter that the name of the app begins with.
Fix apps that appear blurry in Windows 10
(2 days ago) If apps appear blurry or if a notification about blurry apps appears on your main display, follow these steps: Do one of the following, depending on whether you're prompted with "Fix apps that are blurry?" If the prompt appears, select Yes, open Settings, and then select Apply.
Protect your PC from potentially unwanted applications
(5 days ago) We recommend that you turn this feature on, and that you enable both block apps and block downloads. Block apps will detect PUA that you've already downloaded or installed, so if you're using a different browser Windows Security can still detect PUA after you've downloaded it.. Block downloads looks for PUA as it's being downloaded, but it only works with the new Microsoft Edge browser.
Windows 10 desktop apps and privacy
(6 days ago) Desktop apps are a specific type of app that won’t ask for permission to access data associated with privacy settings in Windows 10 in the same way that a Microsoft Store app does. Some desktop apps may not even ask for permission to get access to personal data stored on your device.
Get trusted apps and games from Microsoft Store on Windows 10
(Just Now) Select Start, then from the apps list select Microsoft Store. In Microsoft Store, select either Apps or Games. To see more of any category, select Show all at the other end of the row. If you have problems with a free game, go to Run the troubleshooter for Windows apps.
Use apps from your Android device on your PC
(3 days ago) No, apps you open will be running from your Android device. The Your Phone app is mirroring apps from your Android device to your PC, meaning you’ll see the same thing on your PC that’s being displayed on your Android device. Can I access Android apps without linking my device?
Get updates for apps and games in Microsoft Store
(8 days ago) Make sure your apps and games have the latest updates. Here’s how: On the taskbar, select Microsoft Store to open it.. If you don't see Microsoft Store on the taskbar, it might have been unpinned. Here's how to find it: In the search box on the taskbar, enter Microsoft Store, then select it from the list. After you've opened Microsoft Store, select More > Downloads and updates > Get updates.
Add an app to run automatically at startup in Windows 10
(7 days ago) Select the Start button and scroll to find the app you want to run at startup.. Right-click the app, select More, and then select Open file location.This opens the location where the shortcut to the app is saved. If there isn't an option for Open file location, it means the app can't run at startup.. With the file location open, press the Windows logo key + R, type shell:startup, then select OK.
Repair apps and programs in Windows 10
(9 days ago) Select Start > Settings > Apps > Apps & features. Or just click the shortcut link at the bottom of this article. Select the app you want to fix. Select the Advanced options link under the name of the app (some apps don't have this option). On the page that opens, select Repair if it's available.
Browse all available Teams apps
(1 days ago) Browse all available Teams apps. Curious about how apps might help you do more in Teams? In the desktop or web version of Teams, go to Apps on the left of Teams and have a look around.. Keep in mind that every organization can customize their Teams experience; the apps shown may vary between companies, teams, and individuals.
Windows 10 background apps and your privacy
(4 days ago) Under Background Apps, make sure Let apps run in the background is turned Off. Exceptions to the privacy settings. Desktop apps won’t appear in your Choose which apps can run in the background list and are not affected by the Let apps run in the background setting. To allow or block desktop apps, use the settings in those applications.
I can't find or install an app from Microsoft Store
(Just Now) In addition, some apps and games are not available in Microsoft Store, but can be downloaded from the publisher's site directly. The app is not compatible with your device. Microsoft Store automatically hides or blocks the Buy button on apps that are incompatible with your device.
Microsoft Office Help & Training
(2 days ago) Organize your life. Microsoft 365 is great for work. It's also great for all the things you do when you're not working. Plan a remote gathering, create school projects, set health and fitness goals, and manage your household budget with the apps, tools, and features of Microsoft 365.
Turn on app permissions for your microphone in Windows 10
(8 days ago) Once you've allowed microphone access to your apps, you can change the settings for each app. In Microphone settings, go to Choose which Microsoft apps can access your microphone, and turn on apps you want to use with it. For desktop apps, make sure that Allow desktop apps to …
Change your app recommendation settings in Windows 10
(4 days ago) Select Start > Settings > Apps > Apps & features. Under Installing apps, select one of the available options. To stop seeing app recommendations, select either Allow apps from anywhere or Turn off app recommendations (options vary by Windows version).
Troubleshoot Apps in the Your Phone app
(8 days ago) Only apps on your default profile will display in the Your Phone app. The Your Phone app isn’t compatible with work or school accounts. Wi-Fi troubleshooting. Your Phone Apps will only work when your Android device and PC can communicate with each other. They’ll both need to be turned on and connected to the same network (for example, your
Turn on app permissions for your camera in Windows 10
(4 days ago) Then, allow apps access to your camera. In Camera settings, go to Allow apps to access your camera and make sure it's turned on. Once you've allowed camera access to your apps, you can change the settings for each app. In Camera settings, go to Choose which Microsoft apps can …
Add an app to Microsoft Teams
(9 days ago) 2. Add apps to a tab in a channel or a chat. In tabs, you can add apps to share content and work collaboratively Go to the channel, group chat, or one-on-one conversation of your choosing, and click Add a tab . From there, select the app you want. In some cases, you might go on to …
Windows 10 privacy settings that apps use
(2 days ago) Desktop apps are usually downloaded from the Internet or installed with some type of media (such as a CD, DVD, or USB storage device). They’re launched using an .EXE or .DLL file, and they typically run on your device unlike web-based apps (which run in the cloud).
Find your Office apps in Windows 10
(6 days ago) If you already have Office, you can find your Office apps in Windows 10 by typing the app name in the search box on the taskbar. For example, type word in the search box on the taskbar and then select it from the list of results.. To transfer your Office from an old computer to a …
App & browser control in Windows Security
(Just Now) App & browser control in Windows Security provides the settings for Microsoft Defender SmartScreen, which helps protect your device from potentially dangerous apps, files, websites, and downloads. The settings on the App & browser control page let you: Block unrecognized apps, files, malicious sites, downloads, and web content.
Apps won't install on Windows 10 S
(5 days ago) By exclusively running apps from the Microsoft Store, Windows 10 S helps keep your PC running fast and secure and provides peace of mind by removing the risks that come with downloading apps from other places. I want to use a different browser or search engine.
HDR and WCG color settings in Windows 10
(1 days ago) The Microsoft Store contains a growing number of HDR apps and games. To find HDR games, visit the Microsoft Store online. To watch HDR movies and videos from online providers, you might need to change a few settings to get set up. To play HDR games and use HDR apps, your PC and display must meet certain hardware requirements.
Pin an app for easy access
(6 days ago) Pin an app for easy access. Keep your most-used apps right at your fingertips! Pin an app to the left side of Teams. Go to More on the left side of Teams—this is where you’ll find all your apps.. Right click any app icon and select Pin to make your app visible in the purple area on the left.. Tip: You can reorder everything on the left by dragging and dropping icons.
Pin apps and folders to the desktop or taskbar
(7 days ago) To pin apps to the taskbar. Press and hold (or right-click) an app, and then select More > Pin to taskbar.. If the app is already open on the desktop, press and hold (or right click) the app's taskbar button, and then select Pin to taskbar.
Buy an app from the SharePoint Store
(6 days ago) The apps available in the Store are provided by various app publishers, and are subject to the app publisher’s terms and conditions and privacy statement. Your use of any of these apps may result in your data being transferred to, stored, or processed in any country where the app publisher, its affiliates or service providers maintain facilities.
Control Settings and open apps with Cortana
(2 days ago) Cortana can also open apps on your computer. For example, try "Cortana, open Word." When you activate "Cortana" mode, Cortana will respond when you say the wake word. Note: The wake word has been re-enabled in the latest version of Cortana in Windows. If you're on Windows 10, May 2020 Update, be sure that you've updated to build 19041.329 or
Five things to know about apps in Microsoft Teams
(9 days ago) Some apps let you insert content from the app directly into Teams messages. These messages are chock full of info, have functionality, or simply look cool. To use one, select beneath the box where you type a message and choose an app. Right click a favorite app to Pin it for easy access. 3. Some apps answer questions and follow commands.
What “Microsoft apps and services” is, and how it enables
(7 days ago) Microsoft apps and services is a common authentication app which connects multiple apps and services across Microsoft with your email providers. We do this to keep your experiences consistent across different Microsoft applications you connect to. We ask for your consent to connect with each of these Microsoft applications, and allow you to securely authenticate and connect your email account