not sure you will be able to do that BUt you can use the new Family safety to accomplish the goal:
To get the most out of Windows, each person who uses your PC needs their own account. Everybody can customize their own experience with favorite apps, Start screen layout, background colors, account photo, and so on. If you're sharing a PC with your kids and want to keep track of just how they're using their screen time, you can monitor their accounts with Family Safety
Setting limits on the games and apps your child's allowed to use is similar to setting their website restrictions: you can set an age-and-content-based rating level for all games and for those apps they can see in or download from the Windows Store, or you can allow or block specific, individual titles.
To use Windows Store and game rating levels
Tap or click Game restrictions, and then tap or click Rating.
Make sure that restrictions are turned on, and then use the slider to choose a rating level. You can also use a different game rating system if you prefer.
The Windows Store bases its download restrictions on a child's game restrictions in Family Safety.
To allow or block specific games
Tap or click Game restrictions, and then tap or click Game list. Make sure that game restrictions are turned on.
Select options for specific games as appropriate.
To set other app restrictions
You can also decide whether to let your child use other apps and software, whether it's downloaded from the Windows Store or not.
Tap or click App restrictions.
Make sure that app restrictions are turned on, and then choose the available apps you want to allow or block as appropriate