How To Uninstall Microsoft Store Apps

Haslettvertechy

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There are many systems applications like IoTHiddenMenu available in our android devices which cannot be Uninstalled. Same goes with the Microsoft but it will depend upon the nature of application. Hope you get your answer.
 

Rachel Gomez

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To remove or uninstall a Windows 11/10 Apps which you installed from the Microsoft Store, you have the following options:

  • Uninstall it from the Start Menu
  • Uninstall it via Settings
  • Use a PowerShell command
  • Use a PowerShell script
  • Use a third-party freeware.

1] Uninstall it from the Start Menu

Windows 11

  1. The easiest way to uninstall Windows 11 apps is to type the name of the app in the taskbar search. Once its icon is displayed in the search result, right-click on it, and select Uninstall.
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  3. The app will be uninstalled in a few moments.

Windows 10
  1. For Windows 10 apps too, type the name of the app in the taskbar search. Once its icon is displayed in the search result, right-click on it, and select Uninstall.
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2] Uninstall it via Settings

Windows 11


Open Windows 11 Settings > Apps > Apps and features > Locate the app > Click on the 3 vertical dots and select Uninstall.

Windows 10

In Windows 10, you can remove the Store apps via the Settings, as follows:

uninstall preinstalled Apps Games

  • Click on Start Menu to open it
  • Click on Settings to open the Settings window
  • In the Settings Window, click on System
  • Click on Apps and Features. The right panel will be populated with the list of preinstalled Windows 10 apps that you can remove
  • Click on an app to see the options Move and Uninstall. Click on Uninstall to remove the application.
  • The Uninstall feature is not available for all Windows 10 apps. Some of them, which Windows thinks, are essential to you, and hence you will not see the Uninstall button next to them.

3] Use a PowerShell command
Completely Uninstall Pre-Installed Windows Store Apps
This post will show you how you can uninstall even the preinstalled UWP apps using PowerShell commands.

4] Use a PowerShell script

Remove built-in Windows 10 apps using PowerShell Script
This guide will show you, how to remove built-in Windows apps using a readymade PowerShell Script from TechNet Gallery.

5] Windows Store Apps Uninstaller

Windows 10 Store Apps Uninstaller
Windows Store Apps Uninstaller is another PowerShell app available in the Technet Gallery. If you no longer need an app, then you could use Windows 10 Store Apps Uninstaller to remove it and free up space on the drive.

6] Use a third-party freeware
10appsmanager 2
Our freeware 10AppsManager will let you easily uninstall and reinstall Windows Store apps.
You can also use CCleaner, Store Applications Manager, or AppBuster to uninstall multiple Windows Store apps at once in Windows 11/10.

This may help you,
Rachel Gomez
 

tehnokraat

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Looks like you're another spammer whose sole purpose is to increase the number of posts.
I read your posts, they are all completely meaningless and contentless.
 

isaccasi1234

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Majorgeeks also has a tool to modify the Windows install to remove the bloat permanently too.
Hi @PP Mguire, I realize this thread is almost two years old, & I understand if you don't wish to respond to this request.
If you can remember the name of that bloatware tool I would be extremely happy?
Kind Regards isaccasi1234.:)
 

petergroft29

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There are three ways to uninstall applications. You can uninstall applications through the Microsoft Store, Start menu, or from Settings.
  1. Uninstall from the Microsoft Store: Open the Microsoft Store from the Start menu, and then browse for the application you want to uninstall. On the Store page, each installed application has an Uninstall button.
  2. Uninstall from the Start menu: On the Start menu or in the All apps list, browse the app. Select and hold until the menu appears, then select Uninstall.
  3. Uninstall from Settings: On the Start menu, select Settings > Apps. Find the app from the list, select it and then click Uninstall.
Regards,
Peter
 
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