Your computer likely has some out-of-date apps, ones you no longer use, or ones that were unintentionally installed but don’t serve any purpose for you. Uninstalling these programs from your computer will clean it up. You may do this primarily in three different ways: via the Control Panel, Start Menu, or Settings (via Microsoft ).
Follow these methods to remove undesirable programs from the Control Panel:
By selecting the magnifying glass icon, putting “control panel” into the search bar, and then pressing the Enter key, you can open the Control Panel program. Then select Programs and Features from the menu. Choose Uninstall from the context menu when you right-click on the desired app. To entirely delete an app, you might need to adhere to the on-screen directions. Follow these steps to remove these programs from the Start Menu:
The Start menu will appear when you press the Windows key on your keyboard. In the menu’s upper right corner, click the All Apps button. To uninstall an app, right-click on it and choose Uninstall from the drop-down menu. Finally, these are the procedures to do in order to uninstall the software using Settings:
By tapping the magnifying glass icon, type “settings,” and then pressing the Enter key, you can launch the Settings app. Select Apps, followed by Apps and Features. Find the app you want to remove under the App List option. Select Uninstall by selecting the More icon (three vertical dots) to the right of the app.