How to disable the "New" tag on newly installed programs?

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Ultra Male, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. Ultra Male

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  3. LiteOS

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    Should be in settings
    look for
    show recents added apps

    too bad there no location for easy access
     
  4. Ultra Male

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  5. Nongshim

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    LOL, you really don't like Windows 10 do you?
     
  6. Ultra Male

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    I have no choice but to use it since my laptop's hardware performs like crap on Windows 7. 8 = never as it forces me to use a Microsoft Account in order for me to sign in to OneDrive
     
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  7. Nongshim

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    I just do the right click thing, I'm not sure of a way to remove the new tag. Sorry.
     
  8. BladeGod

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    I experienced this after applying some tweaks. After a restart or a shutdown the new tag keeps coming back. In the end, I never figured the service or a registry causing this. But I can definitely say, it has to do with the tweaks.
     
  9. Enthousiast

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    Afaik, signing into a single app always offers the option "only sign in this app".
     
  10. MonarchX

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    Just right-click on every new sub-item...
     
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    I'm pretty sure that what you are referring to has existed since XP as a registry setting typically referred to as highlight new applications.

    Try that Google thing and search for "Start_NotifyNewApps ". I've never tried it with Win 10, so not sure if it still works.

    The recently added apps setting just refers to a list of new apps that is shown at the top of the start menu.