March 17, 2023 at 9:01 amFAQParticipant
To remove a ANSYS desktop app from the Windows 10 Start Menuâ€™s All Apps list, first head to Start > All Apps and find the app in question. Right-click on its icon and select More > Open File Location. Note that you can only right-click on an application itself, and not a folder that the app might reside in. After clicking Open File Location, a new File Explorer window will appear showing you the application shortcut. Depending on whether the app is available to all users or limited to your own user account, youâ€™ll be looking at one of the following directories, respectively: C:ProgramDataMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuPrograms %appdata%MicrosoftWindowsStart MenuPrograms Changes made to the contents of these directories will be reflected in the All Apps list. For example, we want to remove ANSYS Fluent 17.1 from your All Apps list, but we donâ€™t necessarily want to uninstall the application. Using the steps above, we can locate the ANSYS Fluent 17.1 shortcut in the corresponding â€œProgramsâ€ folder and delete it. When we open the Start Menuâ€™s All Apps list again, the entry for ANSYS Fluent 17.1 is gone. After removing the ANSYS Fluent 17.1 shortcut from the Programs folder in File Explorer, the shortcut will also disappear from the All Apps list. Note, however, that there are certain system files and entries that you can see in File Explorer but not in your All Apps list. Itâ€™s best to leave any entries that donâ€™t show up in the All Apps list alone in case Windows or other applications rely on them.
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