Windows Apps Remover

Tool to remove Windows 10 default apps. Removes apps which by default unable to be removed from Add Remove program




Windows 10


1. Basic Apps List (Recommended)

Show list of apps that safetly can be removed

2. Advanced Apps List

Show entire apps. Be caution when removing as it might be critical component

3. Remove Multiple App in a Single Click

Select all the apps to be removed using available checkbox.

4. Save List of Apps to be Removed

Select all the apps to be removed and click save selection to a file which can be transferred. Reduce reselection effort.

3. Load List of Apps to be Removed

Load a list of apps to be automatically selected. Edit the selection file using notepad or any editor.





– save selection to file
– load selection from file
– added progress window
– bugfixes


– updated dot net
– added removing information
– bugfixes


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8 thoughts on “Windows Apps Remover

  1. Justin says:

    What is really needed here is for a way to save/load a custom list of apps to remove. Ideally, the program would look for that list at startup and auto-select the ones in the list. To have to manually select a set of apps every time would be very tedious and error-prone. You might say to just use a script then, except that a script doesn’t allow on-the-spot decision making either, which is what the GUI excels at, as well as adapting to changing circumstances (like new apps being delivered – I assume your GUI is dynamic, and not based on a static list of apps).

    • Jamie says:

      Absolutely!! Without a method of auto-selecting the list (xml or something) or an API this otherwise very handy app looses a ton of value. I have alot of machines I need to run this on, selecting manually is painful. thanks.

      • max says:

        HI, thanks for the feedback. I will include this feature in the upcoming version. It will be released by end of this week. Stay tuned.

    • max says:

      HI, thanks for the feedback. I will include this feature in the upcoming version. It will be released by end of this week. Stay tuned.

  2. phanex says:

    I tried this wonderful app and something is really missing.
    I mean “search” field. If the user knows which package he wants rid of, he just can type part of its name.

  3. Glen says:

    Does this just remove the apps from one user or all users? Does it prevent the apps from installing for a new user?

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