Kinda Like Ubuntu Software Center?
Ubuntu has a similar listing of OS-vendor available add-ons. I doubt anyone objects, except maybe add-on vendors lol, as one need not look at it unless one wishes to.
I use Ubuntu, Mist, and just about every version of windows, some on drive partitions on various drives/devise, some on VMs. I do have Win 10 Pro 64 Build 10565, but on my experimental windows partition for the moment, so Iâ(TM)ve spend only about 20 hours with it â" so far, all good.
Iâ(TM)ve only used Apple stuff in institutional settings, where the school or firm either outright forbad software additions, or strongly discouraged it, but I understand Macs and iCrappers have a similar feature, offering Apple-approved add-ons on various kinds.
I havenâ(TM)t even looked at a Windows start menu in years, except maybe once each time I get a new build, or maybe if working on the phone with someone Iâ(TM)m helping, or who is helping me.
I canâ(TM)t see and objection â" except maybe from excluded vendors of add-ons â" to a device or OS vendor supplying a place to view whatever add-ons they currently choose to recommend, as long as one need not see that place unless one wishes to (the variations Iâ(TM)ve actually noticed work that way, itâ(TM)s voluntary).
Iâ(TM)ll take another look at the 10565 MS Start screen; perhaps the ads get in the way if one actually tries to use it; I find the whole idea of scrolling repulsive and would rather avoid such screens. Facebook is bad enough in that regard lol.