Is it possible to shortcut straight to "all-apps" view (while start menu is set to full screen) in W

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  1. danydodson

    danydodson

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    I've searched for shortcuts in windows 10 that go straight to the all apps view but cant find anything at all.
    Currently, I have windows start menu set to full screen. This way I can just hit the win key and choose one my
    pinned apps/links and go. But in order to view all of my apps, I have to click on the top left tab that says "all apps".

    Is it possible to create a macro or shortcut to do this ? It would mean hitting the win key then mouse clicking the all-apps link with
    my mouse... I've attached a few pics of what I'm talking about in case it doesn't make sense.

    I've looked everywhere for a windows shortcut to view all apps when the start menu is set to full screen but cant find
    anything.

    Thanks


    http://imgur.com/a/cJ8mD
     
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2016
    danydodson, Dec 10, 2016
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