If you're switching from Mac to PC, one of the primary difference you'll come across is how to add program shortcuts to your desktop.

Method #1: Desktop apps only 1. Select the Windows button to open the Start menu. 2. Select All apps. 3. Right-click on the app you want to create a desktop shortcut for.

4. Select More. 5. Select Open file location. If this option does not appear, this app is a Modern app, so you'll want to use the second set of instructions.

6. Right-click on the app's icon. 7. Select Create shortcut. 8. Select Yes.

Method #2: Modern or Desktop apps 1. Tap on the Windows icon to open the start menu. 2. Type "Command Prompt" into the the Cortana box.

3. Select Command Prompt from the results. 4. Type "explorer shell:AppsFolder" without the quotation marks and press Enter.

5. Right-click an app. 6. Select Create shortcut. 7. Select Yes.

Your app now has a desktop shortcut!