This article describes the steps to uninstall Windows Mixed Reality in Windows 11.
Windows Mixed Reality is the first spatial operating system. Instead of using a flat screen and a 2D interface, it uses our instinctual ability to navigate three-dimensional space. Setting up Windows Mixed Reality starts with a Mixed Reality home, an environment you can navigate and personalize to make your own.
After enabling or installing Windows Mixed Reality, Windows allows you to uninstall it easily from the Settings app. Uninstalling and reinstalling might help resolve some issues that you are experiencing.
If you want to free up disk space, uninstalling Windows Mixed Reality might help get you some free space.
Below is how to uninstall the Windows Mixed Reality feature in Windows 11.
Uninstall the Windows Mixed Reality via the Settings app
As mentioned above, uninstalling and reinstalling Windows Mixed Reality might help resolve some issues you are experiencing. It could also help in freeing up disk space on your computer.
Below is how to uninstall it.
First, open the Windows Settings app.
You can do that by clicking on the Start menu button and selecting the Settings app. Using the keyboard shortcut (Windows key + I) will also launch the Settings app.
When the Settings app opens, click the Mixed reality button on the left.
On the right, select the Uninstall tile to expand.
Click the Uninstall button on the Mixed Reality -> Uninstall settings pane to remove the Windows Mixed Reality feature from Windows.
Your user info will be removed when uninstalling, but your mixed reality apps will remain on your PC.
When prompted, click the Next button to continue.
Finally, click the Restart now button to remove the Windows Mixed Reality feature from your computer.
That should do it!
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