Having too many apps installed on your Windows 10 device can bog down the system and cause it to run slowly. If you’re looking for an easy way to free up space and increase your computer’s performance, uninstalling unnecessary apps is a great place to start. In this blog post, we’ll show you the simplest way to delete apps on Windows 10. LearnHow to Delete Apps on Windows 10?
How to Delete Apps on Windows 10?
- Using the Start Menu – The fastest way to delete apps from your Windows 10 device is through the Start Menu. To do this, click on the Start button in the lower left corner of your screen and select All Apps from the menu. Here, you will see a list of all of your installed applications. Scroll through the list or search for an app using the search bar at the top of the window. When you find an app that you would like to uninstall, right-click it and select Uninstall from the dropdown menu. This will bring up a new window asking if you are sure that you want to uninstall this program; click Yes and wait for it to finish uninstalling.
- Using Settings – Another option is to access Settings in order to uninstall programs. To do this, click on Settings in your Start Menu or use Win+I (Windows key + I) as a shortcut. Select Apps from within Settings and then scroll through all of your installed programs in alphabetical order or type in a keyword into the search bar at the top of window if you are looking for something specific. When you find what you are searching for, click on it and then select Uninstall from within its page; once again confirming that this is what you want when asked by clicking Yes on a new pop-up window.
- Using PowerShell – If you are comfortable with using command line tools, PowerShell also offers another way of deleting apps on Windows 10 machines quickly and easily. First open PowerShell as an administrator by searching for “PowerShell” in Cortana or typing “powershell” into Run (Windows Key + R). Once PowerShell is open, type in “Get-AppxPackage | Remove-AppxPackage” and hit Enter; this will remove all preinstalled applications from your system except those necessary for proper functioning such as Microsoft Edge or Calculator.. If instead want to delete only one app, type “Get-AppxPackage [Name_of_the_app] | Remove-AppxPackage” replacing [Name_of_the_app] with whatever application name that was provided when installing it (for example Google Chrome). Finally press Enter again and wait until everything has been removed before closing PowerShell altogether.
Uninstalling apps doesn’t have be time consuming or difficult; these three methods make deleting unwanted applications quick and easy! Whether accessing settings directly via shortkeys or using either Start Menu or Powershell commands – there’s no easier way than these three options when it comes time clean up some digital real estate from old applications that may be taking up too much space! So don’t delay – give one of these methods a try today!