In early builds of Windows 10, no user interface option was provided in the Settings to remove a preinstalled Store app (UWP). On those builds, the only way was to use PowerShell to remove or reinstall the apps.
This post tells you how to uninstall a preinstalled app using different methods, including PowerShell.
To remove a preinstalled app or any Store app for that matter using PowerShell, you’d use the
Remove-AppxPackage command. For example, we saw the two PowerShell commands
Remove-AppxPackage in the article How to Reinstall the Photos App in Windows 10?. Here is another example:
Later Windows 10 builds facilitated the reset or uninstallation of apps via Apps & Features in Settings. However, for some preinstalled (inbox) apps like Photos, the Uninstall option is disabled. Only the Repair and Reset buttons are enabled.
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