Once it was trained, it has always brought up what I want. Now the steam thing, IMO, is a Steam issue. They should install a shortcut into some folder in under the User's profile like, ya know, pretty much every other program. That said, i never even tried to launch it that way. I just load it by right licking on the steam icon the the System Tray and picking one of the recent games (unless it's something I havne't played in ages, then I open steam and open the game from there. That's how I've done it roughly 10 years (iow with 7, 8.1 and 10).That is the issue. It isn't consistent, and changes. Literally all I want is a quick way to launch installed programs, just like Windows 7. Instead it's a dynamic trying to think for you list. I'm glad it works well for you, but you just described the main difference, and IME it's not very good at guessing what I want it to display.