In Anniversary Update and earlier builds of Windows 10, we can see all installed classic programs, native apps, and apps installed from Store by navigating to Settings > System > Apps & features.
By navigating to Apps & features section, you can uninstall, move, and The Apps & features section in Settings also provides options to reset Windows 10 apps if they are not functioning correctly.
Likewise, the Default apps section in Settings > System > Default apps allows you change default web browser, default music player, default video player, default email program, default photo viewer and default maps app in Windows 10.
In Windows 10 Creators Update, if you navigate to Settings > System, you cannot find the Apps & features page. The Default apps page is not also present under System category.
Access Apps & features and Default apps in Windows 10 Creators Update
Microsoft has made many small changes to the Settings app in Windows 10 Creators Update. While doing so, Microsoft has moved out both Apps & features and Default apps pages from System category, and listed them in a new category called Apps.
So, in Windows 10 Creators Update, you need to navigate to Settings > Apps > Apps & features to view and manage all installed apps as well as classic programs. To view default apps and change them, you need to go to Settings > Apps > Default apps.
Under Settings > Apps, you can now find Apps & features, Default apps, Offline maps, and Apps for websites pages now. In other words, you can now manage all installed apps and programs by navigating to Settings > Apps.
If you are having issues with the Settings app, please refer to our fix to Settings not opening in Windows 10 guide.
You might also like to read our how to view recently installed apps in Windows 10 guide.