While using Windows 10 or any other operating system, you install several programs on daily basis. At times, these programs are not properly installed because of poor Internet connection or any other interruptions or you might install a wrong program by mistake and want to get rid of it.
Sometimes you see your system’s apps start misbehaving due to missing or corrupt files. However, Windows makes it easy to repair a program installation when this happens or even to uninstall the program from your system entirely if you’re no longer using it. To resolve these kinds of issues, in this article, I will explain to you how can you uninstall or repair a program in Windows 10.
Repair a Program
To repair a program in Windows 10, follow the following steps.
The default method to repair a program is to click on the Start Menu and search “Control Panel”, click to launch the control panel
Click on the Programs tab as highlighted.
Now click on the Programs and Features tab
As soon as you click on it, a list of all your installed programs will appear on your screen as shown in the image below. Right-click on any program you want to repair and then click on the Repair
option from the pop-up menu, as highlighted in the image above.
Uninstall a Program
To Uninstall a program can be useful to free up much-needed space on your hard drive or whether a program isn’t functioning as it should after attempting to repair, uninstalling the application may be the best option.
This works the same way as you would repair a program, but instead of selecting the Repair/Modify option, you’ll be using the Uninstall button.
To uninstall a program in Windows 10, all you need is to follow the same steps as discussed above. Just like for repairing a program, open up Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features to see a list of all the programs installed on your computer.
Select the program you want to uninstall from your computer and then click the “Uninstall” button at the top of the list.