How to Uninstall & Remove Cortana from Windows 11?

Cortana is a Virtual Assistance like Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistance. Cortana comes preinstalled on Windows 11. If you do not want to use Cortana and its features, you can easily uninstall or remove it from your Windows PC.

The digital personal assistant from Microsoft has very few users, at least in Windows 10 and 11. Cortana was introduced to Windows desktop operating system with Windows 10.

But, Like other apps, you can not uninstall it from the settings tab directly. You need to take the help of the built-in “Powershell or Terminal app” to uninstall or remove Cortana from your Windows PC.

You can either remove Cortana for a single user or all users on that computer. We at risewindows will provide steps to uninstall it from your Windows 11 PC.

How to remove Cortana from Windows 11?

You can uninstall Cortana by giving commands to Powershell or the Terminal app. You need to place different bases for the current and all the users.

Uninstall Cortana from a currently logged-in user by the below-mentioned steps:

Step 1: Open Powershell or Terminal app as administrator.

Step 2: Copy and paste the code below into the app.

Get-AppxPackage *Microsoft.549981C3F5F10* | Remove-AppxPackage

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Step 3: Now, press ENTER from the keyboard to execute the command.

After this process, your Microsoft Cortana will uninstall from the currently logged-in user.

Uninstall Cortana from all users by the below-mentioned steps:

Step 1: Open Powershell or Terminal app as administrator.

Step 2: Copy and paste the code below into the app.

Get-appxpackage -allusers *Microsoft.549981C3F5F10* | Remove-AppxPackage

Step 3: Now, press ENTER from the keyboard to execute the command.

Microsoft Cortana will uninstall from all users on this PC.

In the future, if required, you can install Cortana again to use. This process will publish in upcoming posts. Do subscribe for the forthcoming latest post directly to your inbox.

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