Are you tired of cluttered app drawers on your Chromebook? Do you want to free up some space by deleting apps that you no longer need? Well, the good news is that it’s quick and easy to remove unwanted apps from your device. With just a few clicks, you can have a streamlined app collection in under 60 seconds! In this blog post, we’ll show you how to delete apps on your Chromebook via the app drawer and Play Store. Let’s get started!
How to delete apps on Chromebooks via the app drawer
Deleting apps on your Chromebook is a simple process that can be done in less than 60 seconds. One way to do this is through the app drawer. The app drawer is where all of your installed applications are stored and organized.
To access the app drawer, click on the circle icon in the bottom left corner of your screen. Once you’re in the app drawer, find the application that you want to delete and right-click on it. A menu will appear with several options; select “Uninstall” from this list.
A prompt will then appear asking if you’re sure that you want to uninstall this application. Click “Uninstall” again to confirm that you want to remove it from your device.
After confirming, give it a few moments for the uninstallation process to complete – this may take longer depending on how large or complex an app is. Once finished, the application will disappear from your app drawer and free up space on your Chromebook’s storage.
By following these simple steps, deleting unwanted applications via the app drawer has never been easier!
Uninstall apps on Chromebooks via the Play Store
Uninstalling apps on your Chromebook can be done not only through the app drawer but also via the Play Store. This method is convenient for users who prefer to manage their apps all in one place.
To uninstall an app via the Play Store, go to the app and find its entry in the “Installed” tab. Once you have found it, click on it to open its page, then select “Uninstall.” A prompt will appear asking if you’re sure you want to uninstall the app; click “OK” to confirm.
Another advantage of using this method is that it allows you to see which apps are taking up too much storage space. Simply sort your installed apps by size and delete any large ones that you seldom use.
It’s important to note that some pre-installed system apps cannot be uninstalled through this method as they are necessary for Chrome OS functionality. However, disabling them can help free up some space on your device.
Using the Play Store for app management provides a quick and easy way of keeping track of your installed applications while allowing more control over your device’s storage usage.
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