Microsoft Outlook is an existing email client on Windows and macOS. Its uninstallation could not be simpler on macOS, longer on Windows.
Method 1 of 2: In Windows
Step 1. Open the Start menu on the computer
Click on the Windows logo in the lower left corner of the desktop.
You can also, for a search, click on the magnifying glass icon at the bottom left of your screen
Step 2. Type the program and features query
You will see this section (usually well filled out) of the control panel (the latter is listed below).
Step 3. Click Programs and Features
Shown as best match, clicking on it will open a new window that will show you all the programs on your computer.
Step 4. Click Microsoft Office
Search for Microsoft Office, and then click once on the name of that suite.
- If you have a lot of programs, click on the header name at the top of the column and thus you will have an alphabetical classification and it will be easy to search for the letter "M". Don't get confused with the software!
Step 5. Click the Change button at the top of the list
At the top of the list of programs, to the right of Uninstall, you will find this button. The Microsoft Office installation wizard opens in a new window.
Step 6. Select Turn Windows features on or off
This option allows you to customize the Office suite: here, you can uninstall Outlook, without touching the other programs in the suite, such as Word, Excel or PowerPoint.
Step 7. Click the Continue button
A list of all Office suite programs appears on the screen.
Step 8. Click on the (hard drive) icon to the left of Microsoft Outlook
There are four options for you to choose from.
Step 9. Select Unavailable from the list
This option, the last of the menu, being selected, you can then uninstall all of Outlook, program and components.
Step 10. Click Continue
Outlook is then removed from the Microsoft Office suite and therefore disappears from your hard drive.
Method 2 of 2: In macOS
Step 1. Open the Applications folder
Open a Finder window and in the left column, click on the folder Applications, the contents of this folder appear on the right.
Opening this folder, from the Desktop, is also done with the key combination Shift + Command + A
Step 2. Find Microsoft Outlook in Applications
Its icon is a white "O" in a blue frame, located to the left of a white envelope.
Step 3. Put the icon in the trash
Grab it with the mouse and drag it onto the trash can icon. This deletion is accompanied by the request for the user password (sensitive software).
Step 4. Type your user password
Type it in the field Password, then click OK. Microsoft Outlook and all the non-visible components that accompany it are then placed in the recycle bin.
Step 5. Right click on the trash can icon
She's in the Dock. With this right click, you open a context menu.
Step 6. Click Empty Trash
Everything inside (files, folders, applications) is deleted, including Microsoft Outlook.