How to Uninstall a Program using CMD in Windows 10

If you are using Windows 10 and looking for ways to free up some disk space, you can uninstall apps that you no longer use. There are multiple ways to uninstall a program on Windows 10. For instance, you can easily uninstall an app from the Control Panel, from the Start menu, from Command Prompt, etc.

Step 1. First of all, click on the Windows search and search for CMD. Right-click on the CMD and select ‘Run as administrator’

select 'Run as administrator'

Step 2. Now you will see a full-fledged Command Prompt Window. Here you need to type in ‘Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line utility. Just type in 'wmic' on the Command prompt and hit the Enter button.

type in 'wmic' on the Command prompt

Step 3. Now type in the command 'product get name'

type in the command 'product get name'

Step 4. The above command will list the programs installed on your system.

List of installed programs

Step 5. Now you need to find the program name that you want to uninstall. Once done, execute the command given below.

product where name="program name" call uninstall

Execute the command

Note: Make sure to replace the ‘Program Name’ with the program’s name that you want to uninstall.

Step 6. Now on the confirmation window, type in the command ‘Y’ and hit the Enter button.

type in the command 'Y'

Step 7. Once done, wait until the process completes. Once completed, you will see the success message.

Success message

That’s it! You are done. This is how you can uninstall a program using Command Prompt in Windows 10.