How do I add or pin an app to the Windows 8 start screen?

ernard

What do I need to do to pin an app to the Windows 8 homepage?

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jimlynch
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I see your question has been answered. If you want more info about Windows 8, check out the Windows 8 for Dummies book. A great reference for Windows 8 users.

dthomas
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Here is a step by step guide. It's simple. 

http://www.7tutorials.com/complete-guide-pinning-everything-windows-8-st...

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