Discord isn’t an easy app to be removed, and when you try to do it, there are leftover files that you are sure you don’t need anymore. Here’s how to uninstall Discord on Windows 10/11.
Fortunately, there are ways you can do to completely uninstall Discord, its leftover files, and its useless registry entries on Windows 10/11, just like removing Eclipse. It only takes a few clicks to get rid of the Discord app.
How to uninstall Discord
Using Control Panel on Windows 10/11
Uninstalling Discord on Control Panel is really easy. Simply open the Control Panel by searching it on the Start menu, or press Windows+R and then type this to open it quicker:
Here, select Discord and click Uninstall.
It will instantly remove Discord. But, it will leave some leftover files and registry entries in case you need them when you try to install Discord again.
But, most of the time, you don’t need the app. Don’t worry, you can uninstall Discord completely using an app: IObit Uninstaller.
Using IObit Uninstaller to completely uninstall Discord
First, download the app through this link. Install the app until it’s done. After it is installed, open the app and select Discord. Select Uninstall.
Check Create a restore point before uninstall and Automatically remove residual files. Select Uninstall to confirm.
The app is creating a restore point so you can go back to the previous state if something goes wrong.
It’s going to uninstall in a few minutes.
Here, the app is finally deleting the leftover files and the registry entries.
The app will that the program is finally uninstalled as well as its leftovers.
Discord might be difficult to uninstall, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do anything about the leftovers. You can completely uninstall Discord conveniently by using a third-party uninstaller app.
Dony Prasetiyo has been writing on monkeymanifesto.com for about two years, intended to help solve computer and smartphone problems with easy-to-understand blog posts. He has written over 480 blog posts about Windows, Office, Android, and more.