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How to Uninstall Spotify on Windows 11 and 10

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Spotify is one of the most popular audio streaming app, just like Amazon Music and Pandora app. It has the largest music database of songs from all artists around the world. The app is available for all major platforms, including Android, iOS, Web, Windows, and Mac. You can use Spotify for free, but if you want to use premium features like ad-free music, you have to use Spotify premium. Many users are facing some issues with the Spotify web player or Spotify app.

When you start facing issues with your Spotify, then you have to uninstall it to get it working again. Removing the Spotify app will automatically fix all issues related to server and streaming issues.

Now the question is how to uninstall Spotify. Well, we’ve explained the easiest of 3 methods to uninstall Spotify on Windows 11 and Windows 10 PCs or laptops.

How to Uninstall Spotify on Windows 11 & 10

Before going to remove the app, take a backup of all your songs and playlist.

1. Uninstall Spotify Manually via Control Panel

If you are using Windows 10 then the first method to remove any app is to use a control panel. Using the control panel, you can uninstall any app easily. You can access the control panel using these steps:

Step 1: Press Win + S to open the Search tool or you can use the Windows button to open a start menu. Then search for Control Panel.

open control-panel from start menu

Step 2: Click on uninstall a program option.

Uninstall a Programm in control panel

Step 3: Find Spotify from the list and right-click it. Now from the list of options, select uninstall.

Step 4: Follow the on-screen instructions to remove Spotify app.

2. Uninstall Spotify Using Windows Settings

You can also remove the Spotify app using the Windows Settings app.

Step 1: Open the start menu or Windows setting using Windows + I button on your keyboard.

Step 2: Now go to apps and then find the Spotify app here.

Step 3: Click on the Spotify app and then choose Uninstall to remove the app.

Uninstall Spotify Windows settings

3. Uninstall Spotify with a Third-party Uninstaller

If you’re thinking about Uninstaller for Windows 10, we have the solution for you. Revo Uninstaller is a software program designed by experts in computer applications and web services to help you remove programs you no longer need. All you have to do is, run this Revo Uninstaller app and select Spotify > Choose Uninstall.

You can safely delete each directory and file as it is no longer needed. If any files or links are left, reinstall the program again. This app can also remove all the data related to app from your system.

You can also use IObit Uninstaller. It is a great app that allows you to remove any 3rd party apps from your system safely without any issue. It can also force remove app which is causing any problem to your system.

Step 1: To use IObit Uninstaller, download and install IObit Uninstaller free version from the official website.

Step 2: Launch IObit Uninstaller and then click on Programs > All Programs > select Spotify > Uninstall.

Uninstall Spotify using IObit Uninstaller 12

Step 3: This will now start uninstalling Spotify in your Windows 11 by using IObit uninstaller 12th version.

Spotify Uninstalled Successfully in Windows 11

Once done, this will entirely wipe out Spotify from your Windows 11 PC or laptop.

Did This Remove Spotify App?

It is very easy to remove Spotify app from your Windows 10 laptop or computer. Make sure to restart your computer or laptop after uninstalling the Spotify app. It will delete all old data related to Spotify so that you can reinstall the app again.

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Ricky Shah
Ricky Shah

Ricky started GeniusGeeks in 2009 and there's no turning back since then! His flair of writing Windows OS related technical articles has been his hallmark! When not writing, he's often found exploring productivity and project management tools!

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