If you're looking to expand your Minecraft experience beyond the standard (vanilla) version, you can easily enhance it with Forge.
Step 1 - Install Forge
To install Forge on Game Panel, right-click on your instance and select Manage:
Choose Configuration and open Server settings. Locate the Server Type, choose Forge from the drop-down list, select the Forge version (choose it depending on the mods or modpack you want to use), and press Download / Update:
Step 2 - Upload the Mod
Mods in Minecraft are installed by uploading the packages in .jar or .zip format into the mods folder. As you will have Forge already installed, open File Manager:
Create a mods folder by right-clicking on any file/folder and selecting Create Directory option:
Name it mods and press OK.
Next, download the mods/modpacks as well as all its required add-ons from the third-party source . You can refer to the mod’s source to check all the required add-ons, such as in this example from 9minecraft.net:
Once the mod and add-on files are downloaded to your device, upload them to your Minecraft server by dragging and dropping them into the mods folder.
Step 3 - Install the Mod
All mods need to be installed while the server is not running. To ensure this, you can open the Status section and see if the application status is shown as stopped:
If you encounter any issues when installing or using a mod, we highly recommend referring to the mod's support forums or contacting the author.
Minecraft Bedrock Edition (Minecraft for Windows 10) does not support mods. Alternatively, you can enhance the game’s features with add-ons from the in-game Marketplace