A couple of days ago, I showed you how to remove a program in Windows 7. Today, we’ll learn how to do it with Windows 10.

First, type Add or remove programs in your search box. Click on the results.

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The window below will open.

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On the left, choose Apps & features.

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You can type the name of the app you wish to remove in the search box. (An app is exactly the same thing as a program.) Then select the result.

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Or, if you aren’t sure of the exact name, you can scroll down to find the app.

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You can filter by Name, Size, or Install date.

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Filtering by Install date can be helpful if you aren’t sure of the name of the app but know it was recently installed. You can also use this filter to make sure no unwanted apps have installed without your knowledge.  Plus you can choose to search just one drive or all drives.

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Click on the app and you’ll see the option to Uninstall.

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Confirm that you want to uninstall. You may have to confirm a couple of times.

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Depending on the size of the app, it could take a few seconds or a few minutes to remove.

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