Windows 10 comes with a lot of pre-installed applications without obvious ways to uninstall them. With PowerShell you can. The command is called
Remove-AppxPackage. It’s easy to use.
You can search for packages with
You can use wildcards to make it easy.
Get-AppxPackage *search term*
Or you can display a specific package.
Or just see a list of what is installed by running the command without arguments.
We simply pipe the result of our search into the remove command.
Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.MSPaint | Remove-AppxPackage