How to Uninstall Edge in Windows 10

Microsoft Edge is a core component of Windows 10, and by uninstalling it you can potentially cause instability issues. Bear in mind that you’re removing Microsoft Edge at your own risk. Uninstall Edge in Windows 10

Is there a way to uninstall Microsoft Edge in Windows 10?
Solution 1 – Use third-party solutions
In order to remove Microsoft Edge, sometimes you need to rely on third-party solutions. In order to remove Edge using a third-party tool, follow these steps:
Download this file.
Once you’ve download the file, extract it to your Desktop or any other folder you can easily access.
Right click on Uninstall Edge.cmd and select Run as administrator.
Wait for the process to finish and once the process is completed, restart your PC.
Once your PC restarts, Microsoft Edge should be uninstalled from your computer.
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Solution 2 – Rename/delete Microsoft Edge core files
In order to fix remove or disable Microsoft Edge, you might have to remove or rename some of its core files. To do that, you need to follow these steps:
Navigate to C:WindowsSystemApps folder.
Locate Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe folder, right click it and choose Properties.
Set the folder to Read-only. Make sure that read-only option is checked with a check mark and not a square.

Click Apply and OK to save changes.
Open Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe folder, click the View tab and make sure File name extension option is checked.

Locate MicrosoftEdge.exe and MicrosoftEdgeCP.exe and rename them to MicrosoftEdge.old and MicrosoftEdgeCP.old respectively. This will change the extensions of the files and disable Microsoft Edge completely. You can also remove these files, but that might lead to system instability.Optional: If you want to enable Microsoft Edge or if you’re having any issues after disabling Microsoft Edge, just repeat the same steps and rename MicrosoftEdge.old and MicrosoftEdgeCP.old to MicrosoftEdge.exe and MicrosoftEdgeCP.exe.

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