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Uninstall Tool - .NET Microsoft Docs

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  • Step 1 - Display installed .NET SDKs and runtimes Step 1 - Display installed .NET SDKs and runtimes The dotnet-core-uninstall list command lists the installed .NET SDKs and runtimes that can be removed with this tool. Some SDKs and runtimes may be required by Visual Studio and they're displayed with a note of why it isn't recommended to uninstall them. Note The output of the dotnet-core-uninstall list command will not match the list of installed versions in the output of dotnet --info in most cases. Specifically, this tool will not display versions installed by zip files or managed by Visual Studio (any version installed with Visual Studio 2019 16.3 or later). One way to check if a version is managed by Visual Studio is to view it in Add or Remove Programs, where Visual Studio managed versions are marked as such in their display names. dotnet-core-uninstall list Synopsis dotnet-core-uninstall list [options] Options --aspnet-runtime Lists all the ASP.NET Runtimes that can be uninstalled with this tool. --hosting-bundle Lists all the .NET hosting bundles that can be uninstalled with this tool. --runtime Lists all .NET Runtimes that can be uninstalled with this tool. --sdk Lists all .NET SDKs that can be uninstalled with this tool. -v, --verbosity <LEVEL> Sets the verbosity level. Allowed values are q[uiet], m[inimal], n[ormal], d[etailed], and diag[nostic]. The default value is normal. --x64 Lists all x64 .NET SDKs and runtimes that can be uninstalled with this tool. --x86 Lists all x86 .NET SDKs and runtimes that can be uninstalled with this tool. --runtime Lists all .NET Runtimes that can be uninstalled with this tool. --sdk Lists all .NET SDKs that can be uninstalled with this tool. -v, --verbosity <LEVEL> Sets the verbosity level. Allowed values are q[uiet], m[inimal], n[ormal], d[etailed], and diag[nostic]. The default value is normal. Examples List all .NET SDKs and runtimes that can be removed with this tool: dotnet-core-uninstall list List all x64 .NET SDKs and runtimes: dotnet-core-uninstall list --x64 List all x86 .NET SDKs: dotnet-core-uninstall list --sdk --x86
  • Step 2 - Do a dry run Step 2 - Do a dry run The dotnet-core-uninstall dry-run and dotnet-core-uninstall whatif commands display the .NET SDKs and runtimes that will be removed based on the options provided without performing the uninstall. These commands are synonyms. dotnet-core-uninstall dry-run and dotnet-core-uninstall whatif Synopsis dotnet-core-uninstall dry-run [options] [<VERSION>...] dotnet-core-uninstall whatif [options] [<VERSION>...] Arguments VERSION The specified version to uninstall. You may list several versions one after the other, separated by spaces. Response files are also supported. Tip Response files are an alternative to placing all the versions on the command line. They're text files, typically with a *.rsp extension, and each version is listed on a separate line. To specify a response file for the VERSION argument, use the @ character immediately followed by the response file name. Options --all Removes all .NET SDKs and runtimes. --all-below <VERSION>[ <VERSION>...] Removes only the .NET SDKs and runtimes with a version smaller than the specified version. The specified version remains installed. --all-but <VERSIONS>[ <VERSION>...] Removes all .NET SDKs and runtimes, except those versions specified. --all-but-latest Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes, except the one highest version. --all-lower-patches Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes superseded by higher patches. This option protects global.json. --all-previews Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes marked as previews. --all-previews-but-latest Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes marked as previews except the one highest preview. --aspnet-runtime Removes ASP.NET Runtimes only. --hosting-bundle Removes .NET Runtime and hosting bundles only. --major-minor <MAJOR_MINOR> Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes that match the specified major.minor version. --runtime Removes .NET Runtimes only. --sdk Removes .NET SDKs only. -v, --verbosity <LEVEL> Sets the verbosity level. Allowed values are q[uiet], m[inimal], n[ormal], d[etailed], and diag[nostic]. The default value is normal. --x64 Must be used with --sdk, --runtime, and --aspnet-runtime to remove x64 SDKs or runtimes. --x86 Must be used with --sdk, --runtime, and --aspnet-runtime to remove x86 SDKs or runtimes. --force Forces removal of versions that might be used by Visual Studio. Notes: Exactly one of --sdk, --runtime, --aspnet-runtime, and --hosting-bundle is required. --all, --all-below, --all-but, --all-but-latest, --all-lower-patches, --all-previews, --all-previews-but-latest, --major-minor, and [<VERSION>...] are exclusive. If --x64 or --x86 aren't specified, then both x64 and x86 will be removed. --all Removes all .NET SDKs and runtimes. --all-below <VERSION>[ <VERSION>...] Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes below the specified version. The specified version will remain. --all-but <VERSIONS>[ <VERSION>...] Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes, except those versions specified. --all-but-latest Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes, except the one highest version. --all-lower-patches Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes superseded by higher patches. This option protects global.json. --all-previews Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes marked as previews. --all-previews-but-latest Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes marked as previews except the one highest preview. --major-minor <MAJOR_MINOR> Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes that match the specified major.minor version. --runtime Removes .NET Runtimes only. --sdk Removes .NET SDKs only. -v, --verbosity <LEVEL> Sets the verbosity level. Allowed values are q[uiet], m[inimal], n[ormal], d[etailed], and diag[nostic]. The default value is normal. --force Forces removal of versions that might be used by Visual Studio or SDKs. Notes: Exactly one of --sdk and --runtime is required. --all, --all-below, --all-but, --all-but-latest, --all-lower-patches, --all-previews, --all-previews-but-latest, --major-minor, and [<VERSION>...] are exclusive. Examples Note By default, .NET SDKs and runtimes that may be required by Visual Studio or other SDKs are not included in dotnet-core-uninstall dry-run output. In the following examples, some of the specified SDKs and runtimes may not be included in the output, depending on the state of the machine. To include all SDKs and runtimes, list them explicitly as arguments or use the --force option. Dry run of removing all .NET Runtimes that have been superseded by higher patches: dotnet-core-uninstall dry-run --all-lower-patches --runtime Dry run of removing all .NET SDKs below the version 2.2.301: dotnet-core-uninstall whatif --all-below 2.2.301 --sdk
  • Step 3 - Uninstall .NET SDKs and Runtimes Step 3 - Uninstall .NET SDKs and Runtimes dotnet-core-uninstall remove uninstalls .NET SDKs and Runtimes that are specified by a collection of options. Versions 1.2 and later can uninstall SDKs and runtimes with version 5.0 or earlier, and previous versions of the tool can uninstall 3.1 and earlier. Since this tool has a destructive behavior, it's highly recommended that you do a dry run before running the remove command. The dry run will show you what .NET SDKs and runtimes will be removed when you use the remove command. Refer to to learn which SDKs and runtimes are safe to remove. Caution Keep in mind the following caveats: This tool can uninstall versions of the .NET SDK that are required by global.json files on your machine. You can reinstall .NET SDKs from the page. This tool can uninstall versions of the .NET Runtime that are required by framework dependent applications on your machine. You can reinstall .NET Runtimes from the page. This tool can uninstall versions of the .NET SDK and runtime that Visual Studio relies on. If you break your Visual Studio installation, run "Repair" in the Visual Studio installer to get back to a working state. By default, all commands keep the .NET SDKs and runtimes that may be required by Visual Studio or other SDKs. These SDKs and runtimes can be uninstalled by listing them explicitly as arguments or by using the --force option. The tool requires elevation to uninstall .NET SDKs and runtimes. Run the tool in an Administrator command prompt on Windows and with sudo on macOS. The dry-run and whatif commands don't require elevation. dotnet-core-uninstall remove Synopsis dotnet-core-uninstall remove [options] [<VERSION>...] Arguments VERSION The specified version to uninstall. You may list several versions one after the other, separated by spaces. Response files are also supported. Tip Response files are an alternative to placing all the versions on the command line. They're text files, typically with a *.rsp extension, and each version is listed on a separate line. To specify a response file for the VERSION argument, use the @ character immediately followed by the response file name. Options --all Removes all .NET SDKs and runtimes. --all-below <VERSION>[ <VERSION>...] Removes only the .NET SDKs and runtimes with a version smaller than the specified version. The specified version remains installed. --all-but <VERSIONS>[ <VERSION>...] Removes all .NET SDKs and runtimes, except those versions specified. --all-but-latest Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes, except the one highest version. --all-lower-patches Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes superseded by higher patches. This option protects global.json. --all-previews Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes marked as previews. --all-previews-but-latest Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes marked as previews except the one highest preview. --aspnet-runtime Removes ASP.NET Runtimes only. --hosting-bundle Removes .NET hosting bundles only. --major-minor <MAJOR_MINOR> Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes that match the specified major.minor version. --runtime Removes .NET Runtimes only. --sdk Removes .NET SDKs only. -v, --verbosity <LEVEL> Sets the verbosity level. Allowed values are q[uiet], m[inimal], n[ormal], d[etailed], and diag[nostic]. The default value is normal. --x64 Must be used with --sdk, --runtime, and --aspnet-runtime to remove x64 SDKs or runtimes. --x86 Must be used with --sdk, --runtime, and --aspnet-runtime to remove x86 SDKs or runtimes. -y, --yes Executes the command without requiring a yes or no confirmation. --force Forces removal of versions that might be used by Visual Studio. Notes: Exactly one of --sdk, --runtime, --aspnet-runtime, and --hosting-bundle is required. --all, --all-below, --all-but, --all-but-latest, --all-lower-patches, --all-previews, --all-previews-but-latest, --major-minor, and [<VERSION>...] are exclusive. If --x64 or --x86 aren't specified, then both x64 and x86 will be removed. --all Removes all .NET SDKs and runtimes. --all-below <VERSION>[ <VERSION>...] Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes below the specified version. The specified version will remain. --all-but <VERSIONS>[ <VERSION>...] Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes, except those versions specified. --all-but-latest Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes, except the one highest version. --all-lower-patches Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes superseded by higher patches. This option protects global.json. --all-previews Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes marked as previews. --all-previews-but-latest Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes marked as previews except the one highest preview. --major-minor <MAJOR_MINOR> Removes .NET SDKs and runtimes that match the specified major.minor version. --runtime Removes .NET Runtimes only. --sdk Removes .NET SDKs only. -v, --verbosity <LEVEL> Sets the verbosity level. Allowed values are q[uiet], m[inimal], n[ormal], d[etailed], and diag[nostic]. The default value is normal. -y, --yes Executes the command without requiring Y/N confirmation. --force Forces removal of versions that might be used by Visual Studio or SDKs. Notes: Exactly one of --sdk and --runtime is required. --all, --all-below, --all-but, --all-but-latest, --all-lower-patches, --all-previews, --all-previews-but-latest, --major-minor, and [<VERSION>...] are exclusive. Examples Note By default, .NET SDKs and runtimes that may be required by Visual Studio or other SDKs are kept. In the following examples, some of the specified SDKs and runtimes may remain, depending on the state of the machine. To remove all SDKs and runtimes, list them explicitly as arguments or use the --force option. Remove all .NET Runtimes except the version 3.0.0-preview6-27804-01 without requiring Y/N confirmation: dotnet-core-uninstall remove --all-but 3.0.0-preview6-27804-01 --runtime --yes Remove all .NET Core 1.1 SDKs without requiring Y/n confirmation: dotnet-core-uninstall remove --sdk --major-minor 1.1 -y Remove the .NET Core 1.1.11 SDK with no console output: dotnet-core-uninstall remove 1.1.11 --sdk --yes --verbosity q Remove all .NET SDKs that can safely be removed by this tool: dotnet-core-uninstall remove --all --sdk Remove all .NET SDKs that can be removed by this tool, including those SDKs that may be required by Visual Studio (not recommended): dotnet-core-uninstall remove --all --sdk --force Remove all .NET SDKs that are specified in the response file versions.rsp dotnet-core-uninstall remove --sdk @versions.rsp The content of versions.rsp is as follows: 2.2.300 2.1.700
  • Step 4 - Delete the NuGet fallback folder (optional) Step 4 - Delete the NuGet fallback folder (optional) In some cases, you no longer need the NuGetFallbackFolder and may wish to delete it. For more information about deleting this folder, see . Uninstall the tool Open Add or Remove Programs. Search for Microsoft .NET SDK Uninstall Tool. Select Uninstall. Delete the downloaded dotnet-core-uninstall.tar.gz file from the directory where it was installed. If you unzipped the contents of this file into another directory, be sure to delete that content as well. Feedback Submit and view feedback for Theme Light Dark High contrast © Microsoft 2022

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dotnet tool uninstall command - .NET CLI Microsoft Docs

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The dotnet tool uninstallcommand provides a way for you to uninstall .NET tools from your machine. To use the command, you specify one of the following options: 1. To uninstall a global tool that was installed in the default location, use the --globaloption. 2. To uninstall a global tool that was installed in a custom location, use the --tool-pathoption. 3. To uninstall a local tool,

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Uninstall Office from a PC - support.microsoft.com

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  • Option 1 - Uninstall Office from the Control Panel Option 1 - Uninstall Office from the Control Panel Open the Control Panel. Tip: If you installed the Office apps as part of a suite, such as Office Home and Student or Microsoft 365, search for the suite name. For stand-alone apps search by the app name, such as Project or Visio. In most cases you can't uninstall an individual app if it's included in your Office suite. The only way to uninstall an individual app is if you purchased it as a stand-alone app. How you open the Control Panel depends on your version of Windows. Windows 10 In the search box on the task bar, type control panel, then select Control Panel. Select Programs > Programs and Features, then right-click your Microsoft Office product, and choose Uninstall. Windows 8.1 or 8 Right-click the Start button (lower-left corner), and choose Control Panel. Select Programs and Features, then right-click your Office product, and choose Uninstall. Windows 7 Click Start > Control Panel. Click Programs > Programs and Features. Right-click the Office application you want to remove, and then click Uninstall. Follow the prompts to complete the uninstall. Note: If Office isn't listed in the Control Panel you could have a . Select the tab above and follow those uninstall steps instead. To reinstall Office select the version you want to reinstall and follow those steps. | |  | | | |
  • Option 2 - Completely uninstall Office with the uninstall support tool Option 2 - Completely uninstall Office with the uninstall support tool Select the button below to download the Office uninstall support tool. Follow the steps to open the download according to your browser, and when you're prompted in the Application Install window, select Install, and then I agree for the Microsoft Services Agreement. Tip: The tool may take a few minutes to download and install. After completing the installation, the Uninstall Office products window will open. Edge or Chrome In the lower-lower left corner right-click SetupProd_OffScrub.exe > Open. Edge (older) At the bottom of the browser window, select Run to launch the SetupProd_OffScrub.exe. Firefox In the pop-up window, select Save File and then from the upper-right browser window, select the downloads arrow > SetupProd_OffScrub.exe. From the Uninstall Office products window, select the version of Office you want to uninstall, and then select Next. Follow the prompts on the remaining screens and when prompted, restart your computer. After you restart your computer, the uninstall tool automatically re-opens to complete the final step of the uninstall process. Follow the remaining prompts. If you want to reinstall Office, select the steps for the version you want and follow those steps. Close the uninstall tool. | |  | | | | Tip: If the Office uninstall tool doesn't completely uninstall Office from your PC, you can try to . Uninstall Office from Settings in Windows 10 Select Start > Settings > Apps. Under Apps & Features select the version of Office you want to uninstall. Note: If you installed an Office suite such as Office Home and Student or you have an Office subscription, search for the suite name. If you bought an individual Office application, such as Word or Visio, search for the application name. Select Uninstall. Tip: If you can't uninstall your Microsoft Store installation using Settings in Windows 10, then try to uninstall Office manually using PowerShell following the steps below. Uninstall Office manually using PowerShell Remove Office Right-click Start and select Windows PowerShell (Admin). In the Windows PowerShell window, type the following: Get-AppxPackage -name “Microsoft.Office.Desktop” | Remove-AppxPackage Press Enter. This takes a few minutes. Once it's done, a new command prompt appears. Verify Office was removed In the Windows PowerShell window, type the following: Get-AppxPackage -name “Microsoft.Office.Desktop” Press Enter. If only a command prompt appears and no additional information, it means you successfully removed Office and you can close the Windows PowerShell window. Reinstall Office To reinstall Office see . Note: If you're not sure what operating system you have, see Need more help? Join the discussion Get support

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How can I uninstall Microsoft Edge? - Microsoft Community

12 hours ago This is Wil, one of the independent advisor, an expert with Windows 10 and a fellow Windows 10 user like you. If you are referring to the new version Microsoft Edge, you may still try to remove it if the update is not yet permanent. Kindly follow the steps below. 1. Click on the Start button and click on Settings (gear icon above the power button). 2.

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How to remove and reinstall the Microsoft .NET

5 hours ago An easy way to bring this up on non-Windows XP systems is to type "programs and features" in the search field at the bottom of the Start menu. Uninstall everything that starts with "Microsoft .NET," doing newest versions first. Note: Windows 8, 8.1, and 10 systems do not list "Microsoft .NET" as an installed program. Looking at "View installed updates" in Programs and Features …

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Uninstall or remove apps and programs in Windows 10

3 hours ago Uninstall from the Control Panel (for programs) In the search box on the taskbar, type Control Panel and select it from the results. Select Programs > Programs and Features. Press and hold (or right-click) on the program you want to remove and select Uninstall or Uninstall / Change. Then follow the directions on the screen.

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How do I remove safesearch.ch - Microsoft Community

5 hours ago May 04, 2018 . Go to Start > Control Panel > Programs & Features (or Add/Remove in XP) > Looks for safesearch or si milar (or unknown) programs (PUP), right click & uninstall (follow a prompts). Open Internet Explorer, click Tools or Settings icon > Manage Add-ons > locate safesearch or similar (or unknown) items in Toolbars & Extensions > choose & remove it.

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Get Crosshair V2 - Microsoft Store

8 hours ago Description. Never miss a shot. Crosshair V2 is the leader in crosshair overlay technology. It offers a wide selection of Crosshair presets used by Pro eSport players. Choose the Crosshair that gives you the greatest advantage in your favorite game of choice. Note: Gauranteed to work in *BORDERLESS or WINDOWED FULLSCREEN* mode.

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How to Uninstall Microsoft Edge From Windows 11

4 hours ago Feb 14, 2022 . Method 1: Remove Microsoft Edge from Windows 11 Using Command Prompt. To remove Microsoft Edge via the Command Prompt, you first need to check the version number of Microsoft Edge on your computer. Here’s how you do it: Open Microsoft Edge and click on the three-dot menu button at the top-right corner.

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Microsoft account Sign In or Create Your Account Today

8 hours ago Access your favorite Microsoft products and services with just one login. From Office and Windows to Xbox and Skype, one username and password connects you to the files, photos, people, and content you care about most. Outlook. Email and calendar together. All you need to be your most productive and connected self—at home, on the go, and ...

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Download The Microsoft Service Pack Uninstall Tool for

1 hours ago Dec 20, 2019 . Installation The Office 2010 SP Uninstall Tool is contained in a package called Office2010SPUninstall.exe which is a self-extracting executable file. The tool itself is a single file called OARPMan.exe. There is no installation for the tool. OARPMan.exe, the Microsoft Software License Terms (previously known as End User Licensing Agreement or EULA), and the …

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the DotNet tool uninstall command?

    The dotnet tool uninstall command provides a way for you to uninstall .NET Core Global Tools from your machine. To use the command, you either have to specify that you want to remove a user-wide tool using the --global option or specify a path to where the tool is installed using the --tool-path option.

  • How do I uninstall Microsoft NET from my computer?

    An easy way to bring this up on non-Windows XP systems is to type "programs and features" in the search field at the bottom of the Start menu. Uninstall everything that starts with "Microsoft .NET," doing newest versions first. Note: Windows 8, 8.1, and 10 systems do not list "Microsoft .NET" as an installed program.

  • How do I uninstall DotNet/CLI-lab?

    You can download the .NET Uninstall Tool from the tool's releases page and find the source code at the dotnet/cli-lab GitHub repository. The tool requires elevation to uninstall .NET SDKs and runtimes.

  • How do I uninstall the DotNet SDK on Mac OS X?

    macOS. Open Add or Remove Programs. Search for Microsoft .NET SDK Uninstall Tool. Select Uninstall. Delete the downloaded dotnet-core-uninstall.tar.gz file from the directory where it was installed. If you unzipped the contents of this file into another directory, be sure to delete that content as well.

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