Uninstall Windows Store Apps quickly with Store Applications Manager

Windows Store Apps are extremely simple to install on Windows 10/8. Just visit the Store, find an app which looks interesting, and click install. Uninstalling Windows Apps too is quite simple as one has to just right-click on it and select Uninstall from the context menu. AppxManager Windows Store Applications Manager is a 3rd-party free software, that lets you conveniently view, launch and uninstall Windows Store applications in Windows 10/8.1.

Windows Store Applications Manager

The tool lets you uninstall Windows Store Apps the easy way. To use this tool, visit the link given below, at the end of the article and click on the Download button. The application is light in weight at just 826 KB.

After installation, the tool lists all Windows Store apps under two categories:

  1. System
  2. Other

Windows Store Applications Manager

The application receives information on all Windows Store applications installed on your computer and displays them in the table that allows you to sort apps in the right order for the user to all the columns.

It displays the following information:

  1. Installed time
  2. Publishers
  3. Users
  4. Installed Location
  5. File Size.

Here, if you want to uninstall applications installed by users, who are no longer in the system hit the Uninstall button to have them removed. For this purpose, you should agree to provide the program with privileged access rights. Upon hitting the Uninstall button, you will be requested to confirm the action.

Confirm deletion

Once done, you get a notification reading ‘The Package has been deleted successfully’.

Deleted file

You can also change the existing appearance of the application via the settings menu. Simply select the color of your choice and the font size alongside.


The application comes across as a beneficial tool in cases where you want to manage and uninstall Windows Store apps for all users in one place.

You can download the Windows Store Applications Manager from its home page. UPDATE: It appears to have been taken down. Use CCleaner orĀ AppBuster instead.

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The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in bio-technology and has an immense interest in following Windows, Office and other technology developments. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software, and being careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware is recommended.