You’re stuck with several applications on your Windows 10 PC that you no longer use or want. Time to get rid of them to free up disk space and unclutter your Start Menu. But how do you give them the heave-ho?
Windows 10 includes an uninstaller option available through the Start menu and via a screen in Settings, not to mention Control Panel, which is still alive and kicking. You can quickly and cleanly remove a Windows 10 Universal app through the uninstall feature in the Start menu and in Settings, though not with the Control Panel applet.
But try to remove a full desktop application using Windows’ built-in options, and the process often leaves behind detritus in the form of leftover folders and files and scattered Registry entries. That’s why you may want to use a third-party uninstaller such as Revo Uninstaller, IObit Uninstaller, and Ashampoo UnInstaller, which can fully wipe out entire applications, leaving no traces behind.