PC World recently posted an article on how to uninstall apps in Windows 8. This post is primarily targeted toward people who use the Metro User Interface. For those who may be unaware, Window’s users with Metro do not have the traditional Start button that was seen in previous Windows systems.
Below are a few steps highlighted by PC World on how to uninstall apps from Windows 8:
“If you’re operating Windows 8 with a mouse, it’s a snap to uninstall an app: Just mouse over its tile, right-click, and then choose Uninstall from the options toolbar that appears at the bottom of the screen.”
“If you’re using a touchscreen, there’s no right-click option… Tap and hold a tile, drag it down just slightly, then release it. You’ll see a checkmark in the corner of the tile and the toolbar down below. Now you can tap Uninstall to remove the app.”
To read the full article, be sure to visit PC World.
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