Paint 3D is one of the best apps from Microsoft when it comes to photo editing. While many still like to use MS Paint, but if you want to add 3D effects to your images, this is the app you need to try. That said, if you still dont find it useful, in this post, we will learn how to uninstall the Paint 3D App. We can do it via the Start Menu, Settings, using a PowerShell command or a free app uninstaller to remove apps.
How to uninstall Paint 3D App in Windows 10
You can remove or uninstall the Paint 3D App using these methods:
- Uninstall from the Start Menu
- Uninstall via Settings
- Use a PowerShell command
- Use a Third-party freeware.
1] Uninstall Paint 3D from the Start Menu
The simplest way to uninstall apps is with a right-click. There two ways, one which is new with recent feature update of Windows.
- Click on the Start button, and type Paint 3D
- When the Paint 3D App appears in the list, right-click on it
- Click on the Uninstall option.
There is another uninstall option on the right side of the listing which also reveals some quick action for the app.
2] Uninstall Paint 3D app via Settings
The first method works fine, but you can also uninstall via the Settings
- Click on Start Menu > Settings > System > Apps and Features.
- Wait till the app list is populated.
- Click on the Paint 3D App.
- It will reveal the menu to Move and Uninstall.
- Click on the Uninstall button to remove the Paint 3D from Windows.
3] Use a PowerShell command to remove the Paint 3D app
If you are a power user, this method works like a charm.
Open PowerShell with admin privileges, and execute the Remove App package command for the Paint 3D App:
Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.MSPaint | Remove-AppxPackage
Once the execution is complete, the Paint 3DApp will be uninstalled.
4] Use a third-party freeware
So as you can see, it is easy to uninstall the Paint 3D App using any of the methods. Use PowerShell with precaution, and use the specific command. The settings menu is useful when you need to uninstall multiple apps, else the right click on the Start menu method works great.
If you wish to reinstall apps, you may do so via the Microsoft Store – or use these PowerShell commands to reinstall pre-installed apps.