In Windows 10, we improved how windows works for modern apps. You can now minimize, maximize, resize, and position modern apps on your desktop, just as you can with traditional Win32 apps. We also eliminated the Charms bar that was in Windows 8.1, relocating functionality such as Search, Share, Print, and Settings for modern apps to their respective title bars instead.
Minimizing, maximizing, and closing modern apps
Window behaviour for modern apps can be controlled by selecting the dedicated window controls displayed on the far right of the app’s title bar—just like for Win32 apps.
Accessing charms functionality in modern apps
With Windows 10, you no longer need to go all the way to the right side of your screen to access the charms for an app. Now you can just select the Menu button on the far left of the app’s title bar to do things like search, print, or change settings. The options you see will vary by app.