Learn how to Uninstall Android Apps from Windows 11 from here. Windows 11 is the newest addition to the legendary Windows Family. The family which been ruling over the technology world for the past 4 decades. This version is something new infact its the all-new. For the first time ever you will be able to install apps of another operating system on Windows. Yes! we are talking about the Android Apps on Windows 11. As we said before in our recent tutorial on how to install Android App on Windows 11, this is surely a dream collaboration for smartphone and computer users.
In the latest version of Windows, computer users can install and use the bulk of Android Apps. The OS has done collaborated with the Amazon App Store. That will let us install Android apps such as WhatsApp for PC, Instagram for PC, Snapchat for PC, etc. Even you will be able to install Android Apps from the Microsoft Store.
How to Uninstall Android Apps from Windows 11
We already told you about the installation procedure. Now we are going to guide our viewers how to use reverse gear on it. Mean’s, teaching you how to uninstall Android Apps on Windows 11.
To do so, open up the Start Menu by clicking on the respective icon present on the taskbar of your Windows 11 machine.
Then, type the name of the app you desire to uninstall. For example, here we will be uninstalling the ‘Among Us’ app.
Once the search results have been populated, locate the app tile and right-click on it. Then, choose the ‘Uninstall’ option from the context menu. This will bring up an overlay prompt on your screen.
Alternatively, you can also click on the ‘Uninstall’ button present on the right section of the search results. This will also bring up an overlay prompt on your screen.
From the prompt, click on the ‘Uninstall’ button to uninstall the app.
Uninstall Android Apps Through Windows Settings
Uninstalling apps from the Settings app is relatively a bit lengthier process. However, it will suit you perfectly if you wish to remove more than one Android app from your system.
To do so, head to the Start Menu, and click on the Settings title present on the flyout.
Next, click on the ‘Apps’ tile present on the left sidebar of the Settings window.
Then, click on the ‘Apps & features’ tile to the left of the window.
Now, you can search for an app using the ‘search bar’ present right underneath the ‘App list’ label.
Alternatively, you can also scroll down to locate the app manually from the alphabetically ordered list.
Once you have located the app you wish to uninstall, click on the hamburger menu icon (three vertical dots) present on the far right edge of each app tile and choose the ‘Uninstall’ option. This will bring up an overlay prompt on your screen.
Finally, from the prompt, click on the ‘Uninstall’ button to remove the app from your machine.
If you wish to uninstall more android apps, you can locate or search the apps and repeat the process till you have uninstalled all of the undesired apps from your system.