How do I uninstall and manage apps in the Windows Control Panel?

To uninstall and manage apps in the Windows Control Panel, you will first need to open the Control Panel. To do this, you can go to the Start Menu, then type “Control Panel” and press Enter. This will bring up the Control Panel window.

Once you are in the Control Panel, you will need to locate the Programs and Features option. Depending on your Windows version, this may be located under either the System and Security or Administrative Tools section.

Once you have located the Programs and Features option, click on it to open a list of installed apps. You can see all the apps that are currently installed on your machine. To uninstall an app, simply select it from the list and then click the Uninstall button.

If you want to manage the app settings or look for updates, you can do so by selecting the app in the Programs and Features list and then clicking the Change or Repair options. These will allow you to manage settings, repair the app, or check for any available updates.

When you are done managing your apps, you can simply close the Control Panel. This will save any changes you made to the settings.

Uninstalling and managing apps in the Windows Control Panel is a simple process that can help keep your computer running smoothly. It is important to note that uninstalling an app will also remove any associated data, so if you think you might want to use the app again, be sure to back it up before uninstalling it.