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Mik789fla
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No apps showing when I click windows icon

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When I click the windows icon at the bottom of the screen my installed apps no longer show up,the area is blank. I used to get my most used apps at the top and the rest in alphabetical order. I can't access my e-mail or any windows apps(notebook,office,etc) It worked fine before,all of a sudden nothing. It's windows 10. Any thoughts on what I might do to get the thing working again? Thanks for any help. I'm s not real computer literate but usually figure out instructions if they aren't too technical.

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@Mik789fla,

Did you accidently press the Task View Icon on the Task Bar.  That would blank the screen icons.

Personally I like "Classic Shell". 

It will mimic WIN 7 start menu, and also has an APPS pull-down.

 

 

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