Seamlessly remove Windows Store Applications and free up some space on your hard drive or solve some performance issues via this tool

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Introduced in late 2018, Microsoft Store aimed to distribute applications after a certification process that ensure they are thoroughly checked for safety and compliance. Then again, if you are not a big fan of the tablet-like interface that these apps come with, you will be happy to learn that you can easily remove them from your system.

As the name implies,Β Windows 10 Store Apps UninstallerΒ is a tool designed to help you get a list of the installed Store Apps on your system and remove the ones you are not using.

Go through the list of apps and select the ones you want to remove

The program comes with a simple and user-friendly interface that is unlikely to give you any troubles. You can get started by accessing the Get Store Apps button so that the app scans your system and displays a list of the apps installed.

On a side note, the list provides various details about the app, such as the name and version. In case one of the apps is creating issues, maybe you can remove the older version and make a clean install to solve them.

As you probably hinted, removing the application entails selecting them and accessing the Uninstall option with right click. You should be able to view all programs removed in the dedicated box located in the lower section of the GUI.

A handy utility for safely removing Windows Store apps

While they may not seem like a big deal, the truth is that Store Apps tend to take up quite a bit of space on your hard drive. This is especially true for the apps that come embedded in the operating system, some of which being quite large or for which you probably prefer a more compact version.

All in all, Windows 10 Store Apps Uninstaller is an easy to use utility that provides a quick and painless way to remove unwanted Store Apps and hence, free up some space on your disk.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Windows 10 Store Apps Uninstaller and it worked pretty smoothly πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚