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Windows 8.1 Lets You Uninstall Multiple Apps With A Click, Here Is How It Is

Microsoft has included many new features to its latest iteration of the new Windows 8.1 that the previous Windows 8 did not contain. One feature that makes your life a lot easier is an option for uninstalling multiple app at once. In Windows 8.1, you can easily uninstall multiple apps from all your linked PCs with a single click. Here is how to do it.

Firstly, go to Windows 8.1 Start Screen and right-click on any app tile. You will see the app menu at the bottom of the screen.

Now, select multiple apps that you want to uninstall by right clicking. Small check icons at the corner of app will notify selected apps.

Once the selection is completed, you can see Uninstall option available in app menu. Click on Uninstall option to uninstall selected apps.

Note that, if you have multiple PC linked to your account, and don’t want to uninstall apps from all PCs but only from your current PC, please select the only from this PC option.


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