how to find list of installed programmes in Windows 10?
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In response to request for further info. the programme I'm wanting to use at the moment is called "Bonjour" (but there are others I've have the same problem with).
I could easily open it from my list of programmes when I was using Windows 7 and 8, but it's not on the Windows 10 "apps" list so I don't know how to open it now.
Try reading this http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/4499-services-start-stop-disable-windows-10-a.html
Therefore you cant "open" it in the sense that you explain
It is installed alongside Itunes on windows PC's
There is no circumstance that you would need to interact with this service, its all background stuff
Maybe you had something different called bonjour on your other computer ?
What aare you wanting to do with it then it opens ?
On the keyboard type WINKEY + R (together)
then copy and paste "shell:appsFolder" into the open box (don't paste the ")
Now you should have a list of applications in a 'windows explorer' window
If this is what you are looking for then
In the URL/file address box near the top of the 'windows explorer' window it should say 'Applications'
select this with your mouse and hold the left button down
then drag "Applications" with your mouse to the desktop and release.
This should put a link/shortcut onto your desktop for your applications
How do you get that , from this ..
The OP would never have been able to open anything he would describe as a program from the services console as double clicking a service would just open its properties ..
You can pin either of these to the start or task bar or 'Quick Access' then get straight to your lists and open any listed programme....
Or, am I missing what the OP wants???
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Perhaps if you explain what you are trying to do and what isn't working for you we might be able to assist better.
Are you trying to get Airplay working properly or something similar ?
That he says in the past he has double clicked to run it ..
As im sure you are aware, you cannot double click and run a service so it doesnt take a rocket scientist to deduce that the OP was not looking for services .
Hence the many questions to the OP about what he is trying to achieve