I can’t believe I’ve had Windows 10 for a year and a half and I *just learned this trick. I’m still on the pre-Anniversary Update version of the operating system on my main laptop, but this works on both versions. When you click the Start menu and click the All Apps button, you get a long list of all the apps on the computer in alphabetical order, which means lots of scrolling to get to the one you want to launch.
Click on any letter heading to open a fly-out menu that lets you go directly to any letter group in the list.
Bonus Tip: Here are two other ways to find apps quickly (which I did already know):
If you’ve ever tried to delete or hide old social media posts, you’ve probably given up pretty quickly when you discovered how unwieldy the process is within the apps themselves. This Gizmodo article lists some tools that can make it much easier for Facebook and Twitter posts. Note that I haven’t tested any of these out myself, so have no comment on how good or bad they may be.
With only 10 days left until Christmas (whaaa…???), you may still be looking for a few stocking stuffers to finish off your holiday shopping. This T4L post has a few suggestions to help.
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