With Windows 10 build 10130, Microsoft has rolled out a new way to navigate installed apps. Many users who have installed the released Windows 10 build 10130 and saw the screenshots we posted are curious how to activate the navigation by alphabet in Windows 10 Start menu. In this article, we will show how it can be done.
To navigate apps by alphabet in the Windows 10 Start menu, do the following:
- Open the Start menu. See our excellent article: How to click the Start button.
- Click the "All apps" item at the bottom left of the Start menu.
- Click the empty space near any letter:
The Start menu will show the UI with alphabet navigation:
This alphabetical letter grid minimizes app list scrolling for mouse and touch screen devices. Of course, the user must know the beginning letter of that app that he wants to launch and then tap it or click it. Nevertheless, it is an interesting way to minimize vertically scrolling a long list of apps. Do you like the new way to navigate all apps? Let us know in the comments.
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