A new app has landed in the Microsoft Store, and allows managing the installed apps in Windows 10. While its user interface is almost identical to what you see in Settings > Apps > Apps & features, it has a couple of exclusive features you may find useful.AppManager is a Microsoft's Explorer Intern project, made by interns. Interested users can grab it from the Store. At a glance, it looks similar to the mentioned 'Apps and Features' page of Settings.
However, once you select and app in the list, you will be able to directly terminate it. The app is also able to show the running apps, so you don't need to open the Task Manager to manage them.
AppManager allows users to manage their installed applications, provides diagnostic information for these applications, and notifies users when an application could be slowing down their system.
The app can be installed in Windows 10 version 1809 and above.The store page suggests its size as 100 MB, but the actual download size isabout 40 MB.
Get the app here:
AppManager on the Microsoft Store
Credits: H0x0d, Deskmodder
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4 thoughts on “AppManager Store App Extends Apps & Features in Windows 10 Settings”
You can’t uninstall any app.
All the buttons are gray out (Except number of apps you can “modify”).
The “Running” list is empty.
It look like this app is in beta.
Or has a bug.
Installed it, but as soon as it opens it closes. Can´t do anything really.
Just Geek Uninstaller with a proper user interface. No stupid mobile design.