The Jump lists feature was introduced in Windows 7 for the Start Menu and for the new taskbar. When you right click a pinned app on the taskbar or hover over an app's icon in the Start Menu which has an arrow, it will show you a set of tasks and recent documents. For example, if you have pinned your browser, it will show you tasks to open it in private browsing mode or open a new tab. In Windows 10, due to the new redesigned Start menu, jump lists were not available yet. However, in Windows 10 build 10041, which is the latest public build available as of this writing, Microsoft has reimplemented jump lists. Here is how you can enable them.