When it comes to viewing all installed apps on your Windows 10 PC, there are two options. You can use the Start menu or navigate to Settings > System > Apps & features section to view all installed apps as well as classic desktop programs.
The above mentioned methods are not definitely useful when you want to view and launch all installed apps from one place. Although the Start menu displays all installed apps and programs, you need to scroll up/down to view all apps/programs. While you can see all apps in Settings > System > Apps & features, you can’t launch apps from there and navigating to Apps & features section does take a couple of clicks.
The best way to view all installed apps in Windows 10
Wouldn’t it be great if it was possible to add all installed programs and apps to a single folder and launch apps/programs from there? Luckily, in Windows 10, there is an option to view all installed apps from one place and you can launch apps from there.
Step 1: Open Run command box. To do this, simultaneously press Windows logo and R keys on the keyboard.
Step 2: Type the following command in the box and then press Enter key to open Applications folder which displays all installed apps as well as classic desktop programs.
From here, you can open apps/programs, pin or unpin them to Start/taskbar, or even initiate Uninstall process.
Tip: You don’t need to enter the above command each time to view all installed apps. The Run command will save this command and displays the last used command when you open it. You just need to open Run command box and press Enter key.