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Uninstalling pre-installed applications and games on Windows 10 and Windows 11 can be done through several methods. Each method has its unique steps and uses.
Uninstalling via Windows Settings
Windows Settings provides a user-friendly interface to uninstall apps and games. Here’s how to do it in both Windows 10 and Windows 11:
- Open Settings by pressing Win + I or searching for it in the Start Menu.
- Navigate to Apps > Apps and features.
- Scroll through the list or use the search box to find the app or game you want to uninstall.
- Click on the three vertical dots next to the app’s name.
- Select Uninstall and confirm your choice.
- Press Win + I to open Settings.
- Go to Apps > Apps & features.
- Find the app you wish to remove from the list of installed apps.
- Click on the app, and then select Uninstall.
- Confirm your decision by clicking Uninstall again in the prompt.
Note: Some built-in apps such as Calculator or Camera might not offer an uninstall option.
For more control and the ability to uninstall certain system apps, PowerShell is a powerful tool. Remember to run PowerShell as an administrator.
General PowerShell Command
To uninstall a specific app:
- Open PowerShell as an administrator.
Get-AppxPackage <App Name> | Remove-AppxPackageand press Enter.
Uninstalling for All Users
- To remove an app for all users, use the command:
Get-AppxPackage -allusers <App Name> | Remove-AppxPackage.
Specific Apps Removal
Examples of removing specific apps:
Get-AppxPackage *twitter* | Remove-AppxPackage
- Notepad (Store app):
Get-AppxPackage *Microsoft.WindowsNotepad* | Remove-AppxPackage
- Paint 3D:
Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.MSPaint | Remove-AppxPackage
- Sticky Notes:
Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.MicrosoftStickyNotes | Remove-AppxPackage
Using Third-Party Tools
For those who prefer a graphical interface or simpler methods, third-party tools can be a convenient option.
Store Apps Uninstaller
- Download and run the Store Apps Uninstaller tool.
- Click Get Store Apps to list all installed apps.
- Select the app you want to uninstall and click Remove Selected Apps.
Using CCleaner and Other Uninstallers
- Open CCleaner or a similar uninstaller program.
- Navigate to the Tools section and select Uninstall.
- Choose the app from the list of installed apps and click Uninstall.
These tools can also list and remove built-in Windows Store apps.
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