How To Uninstall Opera On Windows 10

Welcome to our guide on how to uninstall Opera on Windows 10. If you are looking for easy to follow guide, that can be implemented even by the newest Windows 10 users, you are here right.

I always put my guides together using just the easiest of the methods available in Windows, should you not be able to uninstall Opera using my guide let me know in the comments below. And I will write another guide utilizing one of the other Windows uninstall methods.

Learn how to uninstall Opera on Windows 10 below:

  1. Type REMOVE into Windows search bar and open Windows uninstall settings
  2. Search for Opera among installed programs
  3. Start uninstall process
  4. OPTIONAL – remove Windows temporary files and clean Windows registry

If you require more detailed steps to uninstall Opera on Windows 10 scroll further

1. Type REMOVE into Windows search bar and open Windows uninstall settings

Locate your Windows 10 search bar on the bottom left of your screen and type REMOVE. Then start the Windows uninstall settings window by clicking ADD OR REMOVE PROGRAMS

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2. Search for Opera among installed programs

You will now see a list of all installed programs now, so use the apps & features search bar and type OPERA to find it easier.

uninstall opera on windows 10, uninstall settings

3. Start uninstall process

Click on the search result that popped up (Opera stable in my case), to reveal UNINSTALL button, then click on it. The second UNINSTALL button will appear, click on it as well to start the uninstallation.

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A new window will pop up, that will ask if you want to uninstall or re-install Opera. If you want to remove everything, including your Opera user and search data, make sure to click on the little box shown on the picture below, before you click the UNINSTALL button. Then click the UNINSTALL button.

remove opera on windows 10, start uninstall

Now you just click on YES in the below window, to finish uninstalling.

confirm unistall

4. OPTIONAL – remove Windows temporary files and clean Windows registry

Your uninstall is finished, but I wanted to mention this optional step as well. After every uninstallation, small amounts of data are left behind on your computer and if not deleted regularly it can over time cause your hard drive to be low on available space and the computer to slow down.

The easiest and most efficient way to delete this data is to use professional uninstall software, that is purpose-built for this task. Yes, they are paid, but generally cost less than dinner for 2 and save you loads of time and a learning curve.

I personally like and recommend a REVO uninstaller. You can get more information and purchase it here

Of course, you can do this manually as well. For this purpose, I put together a step-by-step guide that explains all of the necessary steps and you can find it here

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