Windows 10 bundles a number of built-in apps, such as Calculator, Camera, Groove Music, Mail, Maps, and many others. While these apps are useful, they’re not for everyone, and if you use the Settings app, you’ll quickly find out that you can’t uninstall them.
You could use PowerShell to uninstall built-in Windows 10 apps, but it may not be an easy task for regular users. However, if you’re not up to the challenge of using command lines, you can use CCleaner to uninstall any app installed in Windows 10.
CCleaner is a maintenance tool that has been around for years, and it’s not only a great way to remove built-in apps, but you can perform a number of tasks, including cleaning the Registry, delete temporary files, and much more.
In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to use CCleaner to quickly uninstall built-in Windows 10 apps from your computer with a one click.
How to uninstall built-in apps on Windows 10
There is a free and a paid version, but you only need the free version, click the Download button.
Double-click the installation file and follow the wizard to install the tool.Quick Tip: Before installing make sure to click the Customize link to remove any option you don’t want.
Click on Tools.
Click on Uninstall.
Select the Windows 10 app you want to remove.
Click the Uninstall button.
Click OK to confirm that you’ll be uninstalling the app to complete the task.
Once you completed the step, the app will be gone from your system.
If you want the app in the future, you can simply go to Windows Store, search for the app, and click Install.
Which built-in Windows 10 apps are you removing? Tell us in the comments below.