verb (used with object)
to remove (a software program) from a computer or computer system.
Also, uninstal.

uninstaller, noun
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uninstall (ˈʌnɪnˌstɔːl)
computing to remove (a program)

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Example sentences
In the dashboard, you can manage how apps access your personal information, or uninstall them.
If you are using a previous version you should uninstall it an install the update version.
The self-installer also may be used to repair faulty installations and to uninstall the application.
If you must reuse the same directory location, first uninstall the earlier version.
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