I recently noticed that at the bottom of my Start Menu there is a category "Other" and one item under that category listed as "ms-resource:appDisplayName". When I click on it, it opens a page in Windows Store where I can check for app updates. This seemed odd, so I downloaded and executed Microsoft's Start Menu troubleshooter. It came back with "tile database is corrupt" and "not fixed".
So I then researched and attempted some manual fixes on the tile database, but no success.
1) I created a new user account, and then copying and replacing the corrupted database with a clean database from the newly created user account. For whatever reasons, that did not change anything.
2) I successfully executed Dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth. And sfc /scannow reports no integrity violations.
I do not have any other problems with the Start Menu, so I think I can live with it as-is. But if there is a relatively easy way to repair it, I'd like to try.
I understand I could do a reset of my Windows 10 install, but that seems like more trouble than it is worth to correct this relatively minor issue.
Thanks for any help.