- How can you uninstall an application in Windows 10? There are more methods, but probably the fastest is to open the Settings > Applications option.
- Well, there is a new app in the Microsoft Store developed by the Explorer Intern Project that does that and more. Read more in our article below.
- AppManager has some basic Task Manager features. To learn more about it, check out our Task Manager section.
- Interested in more Windows 10 apps? Our Windows 10 Application Center will immediately provide all the necessary information.
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How can you uninstall an application in Windows 10? There are more methods, but probably the fastest is to open the Settings > Applications option.
Well, there’s a new app in the Microsoft Store, developed by the Explorer Intern Project and discovered by WalkingCat that does just that and more.
The new app is called AppManager, which sounds suspiciously like an internal Microsoft name.
How does AppManager works?
AppManager is very similar to the list of apps and features in the Settings option in Windows 10. A good clue is the Optional Features button (opens the Settings app).
However, AppManager is more focused on Task Manager features.
Basically, you can use the AppManager app to uninstall Windows 10 apps, but you can also use it to monitor and terminate running apps.
You can use AppManager as a mini Task Manager
Clicking the Run button will immediately show you the applications currently running in Windows 10, and in the right pane, you will also see data such as CPU, disk, and memory usage.
To end an application, click the down arrow to the right of any application in the list and click Force Close. Of course you can also delete it.
What makes AppManager more interesting is that you can even uninstall Cortana with it and not through the Settings > Applications option.
Another strange information about AppManager is its size. The description of the application in the Microsoft Store states an estimated size of 102.01 MB, but when we downloaded it it was only 42 MB.
We don’t really know if it’s an experiment or a full app in development, but from our short experience with it, it just worked without any issues.
You can download AppManager for free from the Microsoft Store.
If you install and use it, please tell us about your experience with it or any issues you encountered.