For those that have the latest Windows 10 update there is a new feature called the Timeline.
It's basically an updated Task Menu (and Microsoft's way to potentially sift through a ton of user usage data).
Many of the programs I use don't seem to work in the Timeline.
I must assume the reason they don't is because they are not native Microsoft applications.
They don't appear at all in the Timeline except while active.
Those that do can be reverted to the time they last saved something (at least that's what it looks like from here but there is strange stuff going on here)
Of all the programs I've tried A:M is the one that works best.
I think this is because A:M's menu system stores its settings in the Windows registry.
So... not only does the file open.. but the state of the menus returns right along with that.
Note that upon selecting the 'state' from the timeline a new instance of A:M will launch and open the project.
In this way you don't have to close your current work down.
I'm scratching my head a little because some things don't quite make sense.
More exploration necessary.
For anyone else leaning forward into Win10 definitely check out the Timeline with A:M.
And please report back!