Possibility to delete Microsoft Edge depends on how it was installed. On older computers, Windows has automatically installed the Chromium version to replace older versions of Edge. In newer versions, it is baked into the Windows operating system, which makes uninstalling more difficult.
If it was like any other application, you can easily remove it from the Application settings menu. But if it came with Windows installation, you won’t find the prompt needed to uninstall it from the app’s settings. In that case, you must use a command prompt.
The following steps show both options. At a command prompt, you must navigate to the Edge Installer folder and execute the given code. The path changes slightly depending on the version of Edge you are using, so don’t forget to adjust it to your version number.
1) Click Start (Windows icon in the lower left corner).
2) Click the gear icon to open the Settings window.
3) In the Settings window select Applications.
4) In the Search box Type Edge.
5) in search results Click Microsoft Edge.
6) In the drop-down menu click Uninstall.
7) Click Delete to confirm that you want to uninstall Microsoft Edge.
From a command prompt
1) In the search box on the taskbar type the command.
2) In the search results at the command prompt click Run as administrator.
3) In the Command Prompt window go to the Edge installer folder. In this example, Program Files (x86) Microsoft Edge Application 89.0.774.57 Installer.
4) Enter or paste the code setup –uninstall –force-uninstall –system level
5) press Enter Run the code to uninstall Edge.