Apps List of URI Commands to Open Microsoft Store Apps in Windows 11


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This tutorial will provide you with a list of Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) commands to open Microsoft Store apps via the command prompt, Run (Win+R) dialog, and scripts. You can also use these URI commands to create shortcuts.

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The URI commands in the table below work as is to create shortcuts and open apps from the Run (Win+R) dialog, address bar of File Explorer, address bar of web browser.

To use the commands to open apps from a command prompt or script (ex: .bat), you would need to add the Start command with a space after it in front of the URI command in the table below. For example, the Start ms-actioncenter: command to open the Notification Center from the command prompt.



AppURI Command
Available Networksms-availablenetworks:
Calculatorcalculator:
Calendaroutlookcal:
Cameramicrosoft.windows.camera:
Castms-settings-connectabledevices:devicediscovery
Clockms-clock:
Feedback Hubfeedback-hub:
Groove Musicmswindowsmusic:
Mailoutlookmail:
Mapsbingmaps:
Media Playermswindowsmusic:
Microsoft Edgemicrosoft-edge:
Microsoft Newsbingnews:
Microsoft Solitaire Collectionxboxliveapp-1297287741:
Microsoft Storems-windows-store:
Movies & TVmswindowsvideo:
Notification Centerms-actioncenter:
Peoplems-people:
People settings​
ms-people:settings
Photosms-photos:
Projectms-settings-displays-topology:projection
Settingsms-settings:
Snipping Toolms-ScreenSketch:
Snipping Tool - screen snipms-screenclip:
Tipsms-get-started:
Weatherbingweather:

msnweather:
Windows Securitywindowsdefender:


That's it,
Shawn Brink


 

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