There are various preinstalled apps in Windows 10, but I’ve never used the app connector and some may wonder if it will be unnecessary in the future.
Even the software that was installed arbitrarily will always be upgraded automatically, so the application itself will take up space, and the temporary file of the upgrade will slow down the whole operation of Windows 10.
Should I remove it? This article explains the safe uninstallation method.
What is app connector? Do I need it?
Microsoft has not disclosed the content of the App Connector.
However, if you check the permission of the application in [Privacy] of [Settings], it willjh be displayed as an application that accesses location information, camera, contacts, calendar, etc.
And this App Connector is not offered by Microsoft Store and there is no guarantee that it can be reinstalled alone. (*Excluding clean installation of Windows 10)
You should consider carefully whether remove or keep.
How to remove with mouse
Go to [Start Menu]-[App Connector] and right-click on [App Connector].
Click [Uninstall] and run it to remove the app. However, if you can’t see [Uninstall] with mouse click, use the advanced method.
Send a command from the keyboard to Windows 10 to remove it.
Call the app “PowerShell”. Right-click on the taskbar and select [Taskbar Settings].
There is a switch that is wrote “Replace Command Prompt with Windows PowerShell in the menu When I right-click the start button or press Windows key + X”. Change to On position.
You can now close this setting screen.
Right-click on the start button. Then, there is a display of [Windows PowerShell (admin)] in the middle, so open it by left click. If you may be asked Go or Cancel, select Yes to open Windows PowerShell.
Put in the Windows PowerShell screen the following character string from the keyboard.
Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.Appconnector | Remove-AppxPackage
Type and press Enter, so you can remove App connector.
If you are in trouble
There are other ways to start Windows PowerShell, so if the above doesn’t work,
(1) Right click on the start button. Then, there is [Search] menu at the bottom, so open it by left click.
Type PowerShell in the search box, and left-click [Run as administrator].
(2) Follow the list of apps in the start menu, display [Windows PowerShell], right-click and click [Run as administrator].