You can uninstall apps from the Command Prompt and it’s especially very useful when you don’t want to switch user as Administrator. To run as admin, run the following command and enter the admin password.
runas /user:DOMAIN\USERNAME cmd
To uninstall, type the following command first
and the wmic (Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line) will appear as below
Type the following command to get the list of programs installed:
product get name
(you can directly run
wmic product get name as well)
You can uninstall the by running the following command replacing “program name”
product where name="program name" call uninstall
Y to confirm and you will see “Method execution successful” message at the end.