If you want to uninstall an app, but it doesn’t appear in the menu, you’ll need to find the app’s manager. You can do this by going to Settings > Apps & Notifications and selecting an app. When you do this, you will be presented with an App Info screen, which contains a dedicated Uninstall button. This way, you can quickly and easily remove an app without having to go through the home screen and app drawer.
To uninstall an application from the registry, first open the Control Panel. You will find it under Programs and Features. Click on the program you wish to uninstall. Most of the time, this is C:Program Files(x86) or C:Program Files. Most programs have their own uninstall script, registered with Windows. If you click on this script in the Control Panel, it will call the same uninstaller tool. The only difference is that the uninstaller tool will have an “uninstall” prefix.
If you have an application that does not show up on the menu, you can still delete it by using the Terminal app. Open the Terminal app by going to Applications – Utilities – Terminal. From here, you can type sudo uninstall file:// in the command line. You’ll be presented with a confirmation dialog. Click OK to remove the app and delete all its data.