How to Uninstall Apps (Software) from Windows 8 – Easiest Way

Are you new user for windows 8? If so than you will got confused first time when using windows 8 on your computer or Tablet. The one of problem is How to Uninstall Apps (Software) from Windows 8 – Easiest Way. Although we can uninstall software from control panel > Programs > Uninstall a program. But i am here going to tell you how to go to control panel, and another easiest way to uninstall a software (apps) from your windows 8 Computer. Uninstalling Apps  is too easy in windows 8. Below are the tutorials how to Uninstall a App (software) from Windows 8, This tutorial is for Windows 8 Developer Preview :

Uninstall Software (Apps) from Start Menu

Uninstalling from start menu is easiest way to remove software from windows 8 computer. Go to Start Menu by pressing Windows key. After that right click on Software (App) you want to uninstall from your computer than click on Uninstall Below from Options, Follow uninstalling steps and remove software.

Uninstall software from windows 8

(See step 1,2 in Picture Above)

Uninstall Software (Apps)  From Control Panel

Go to Control Panel > Programs > Uninstall a Program

For quick opening control Panel press windows Key on your keyboard then start typing “Control Panel” you will see control panel in search results Or

Now select program you want to uninstall from your computer

Uninstall software from windows 8

After selecting program click on Uninstall/Change, Now follow Uninstalling steps to Uninstall program.

For Touchscreen Users – Uninstall Software on Windows 8

If you’re using a touchscreen device for windows 8, the process is slightly different as obviously you can’t right click on a touch screen. All you have to do is simply do a little swipe on the apps tile that you want to uninstall. Then you’ll be presented with the same uninstall bar as in the  first screenshot above.

So first way is best way to uninstall program easily, I liked that step and that helps me saving time for these stuffs. Here are the more tips for using windows 8 How to Speed Up on Windows 8 with Shortcuts .

If you still have problems you can discuss below in comments.

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23 Comments

  1. but photoshop 7.0 not uninstall

  2. This procedure doesn’t work for IE App

  3. Great advice – keep the good karma tech tips coming!

  4. When i right-click the picture of Mozilla for example, it shows me down below, only unpin and advanced… What can I do?

  5. You can right click on start icon (down left side) and choose control panel.

  6. Nice post i was confused in uninstalling app on windows 8. Now i learned it.

  7. Great advice
    In my case I wanted to uninstall evernote touch however it wasn´t on the list of programs to be unistalled.

    I did it following your advice from the start menu.

    Thank you.

  8. Hello,

    Some of the programs won’t even seen in control panel- uninstall a program. what do i do then? and when i try start menu thing, it opens the control panel and shows the currently installed programs and they are not there. is this due to x86, x86x6 stuff?

  9. I removed an app from my start menu, but it still shows up in apps. it’s not in the control panel list. just in apps. How do i delete it???

  10. oops, forgot to say windows 8 and touchscreen

  11. how do you uninstall an app completely? after uninstalling the app if you go to the store then go to your app. there are two list that appear. “apps installed on the computer” and “apps not installed on this computer”. they will show all the apps that you have and that you have uninstalled but still own. how do you get rid of it completely?

  12. Derck van Schuylenburch

    very helpful, thanks.

  13. once you have opened the All Apps options on metro screen the option to just “uninstall apps” is not there. try again buddy.

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