Uninstall From the Start Menu
First, you can uninstall a program from the Windows 10 or 11 Start menu.
In Windows 10, click the Start button and look for a program you wish to remove, either in the All Apps list on the left or in the tiled section on the right. Right-click the program. If you can remove it this way, you’ll see an Uninstall option in the pop-up menu. Click it, confirm you want to uninstall it, and it’s gone.
In Windows 11, click the Start button. Look for any pinned apps you want to remove. Click the All apps entry at the upper right of the menu to see all the programs installed on your PC. Right-click an app you want to jettison and click the Uninstall command
You can also go to Settings > Apps > Apps & features to more easily view all the programs on your computer. This screen shows you both Windows Universal and standard desktop applications, so you should find every program installed on your PC here. Scroll down the list to locate the program you wish to remove, click it directly in Windows 10 or click the three-dot icon in Windows 11, and then select Uninstall.
Uninstall Through Control Panel
If you prefer using Control Panel, that option is still available in both Windows 10 and Windows 11. Click the Search field on the Taskbar, type Control Panel, and select Control Panel from the results. Switch to icon view and click Programs and Features.