1. Start PowerShell, switch to your Desktop using cd and use the command Get-AppxPackage to view all installed UWP apps and its data. We'll gonna pipe the output of that command to a .txt file using >, so we can easily search in it later.
  2. Now open the packages.txt we created previously with a text editor of your choice and search for the name of the UWP app you want to start. An entry will look similar this:
  3. To start an app with Stream Deck's built-in System: Open, add that action to your canvas and set the App / File property to the following:
  4. To start an app with Advanced Launcher, select the wonderful Windows Explorer from your C:/Windows/ folder (or on whatever drive you installed Windows) and set the Arguments property to the following:

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