In Windows 8 we can right click individual Windows Store apps on the start screen and then uninstall them – but we cannot uninstall multiple apps at once using this method.
To uninstall multiple Windows Store apps we need to download a Powershell script from technet.
Extract the downloaded .zip file and then open RemoveWindowsStoreApp.ps1 in Notepad.
As per the instructions on the technet page we need to modify the Powershell script – simply scroll to the bottom on the file and add the following command before saving the file: Remove-OSCAppxPackage
To run the script, right-click it and select Run with Powershell from the menu.
The Powershell windows will display a list of installed Windows Store apps along with a numeric ID:
Enter the IDs of the apps you want to uninstall, using a comma to separate each ID, and then press Enter:
Press Enter to confirm uninstall for each app that you selected:
The script will uninstall each app in turn before asking for the next confirmation.