The fantastic app that is Spotify is quick and easy to use, and it can run on either 2G or 3G connections (which is good for travelling as I just discovered). A premium edition of it is also available, which comes with additional perks such as offline streaming and the ability to play the game when travelling by air or underwater. Does this ring a bell? However, it’s far simpler to say than it is to accomplish.
During the process of updating Spotify on my computer, I have personally run into a number of problems, one of which was an error message that read “can’t delete Spotify.” Extremely irritating! This article was written specifically to assist you in uninstalling Spotify in the quickest and most efficient manner possible.
How to Uninstall Spotify on Windows 10
Via Windows Settings
Step 1: The first thing you need to do is head over to the search bar that’s located to the left of the Windows start menu. Enter “Program Uninstall” into the text box. In the “System Settings” menu, select the “Apps and features” option.
Step 2: You should see the window that is shown below. If you are not already there, navigate to the “Apps & features” menu option. Scroll down until you find Spotify, then click on the programme itself and choose “Uninstall” from the menu that appears.
Via Control Panel
Step 1: To begin, launch the “Control Panel” by entering its name into the search box provided by Cortana.
Step 2: Once the window has been brought into view, go to the “Programs” menu and select “Uninstall a programme” from within that window.
Step 3: Once you have located Spotify on the page, scroll down to the bottom of the page and select the “Uninstall” button.
That does a good job of summing it up. It shouldn’t take more than a few minutes for you to be able to successfully uninstall Spotify.
Why is Spotify not uninstalling?
The term “pre-installed app” refers to a programme that has been installed on the device by the manufacturer, and unless the device has been rooted, there is no way to remove the app from the device. You will be relieved to know that you may hide it from view by turning off the application. The methods that are listed below should assist you in disabling any pre-installed Spotify software. Go to the Settings menu, then find the Apps section.
What happens if I Uninstall Spotify?
If you cancel your Spotify account, you won’t be able to use the same username for a new account in the future when you sign up for Spotify again. You won’t be able to access your playlists, and you won’t be able to listen to any of the music that was saved in your Library.
Does deleting Spotify delete premium?
Before you can deactivate your Spotify account, you are need to cancel any paid subscriptions to Spotify Premium that you may have. Deleting your account will not cancel your billing, and you will continue to be charged even after you delete your account. You can only stop being charged by actually cancelling your account. Continue down this page to find out how.
Why are people deleting Spotify?
Users are deleting their accounts on Spotify as a means of protest against Joe Rogan’s anti-vaccine disinformation. The hashtag #Spotifydeleted is trending on Twitter as the streaming service is being called out for broadcasting dangerous falsehoods related to Covid-19. Users are abandoning Spotify in droves as a result of the streaming service’s refusal to distance itself from the podcaster Joe Rogan.