In This Chapter
• Starting and Stopping Windows Apps
• Working with Menus in Windows Apps
• Assigning Default Apps for Common Tasks
• Managing Storage Issues Related to Windows Apps
If you are a long-time user of Windows, you might have developed some basic expectations when it comes to running applications. If you are new to Windows, you might have had experience with running applications in other operating systems. Windows 10 has improved the way that modern apps, Windows apps, run on a device.
In this chapter, we look at some of the characteristics of Windows apps. We also learn about settings for storage, app management, and system defaults related to Windows apps.
This chapter builds on some key points that ...