Uninstall packages in bash for Windows 10

Hi Readers,

I am happy to post another blog post on how uninstall packages in bash for Windows 10.

I just updated my system to Windows 10 Anniversary update. Hurray!! I found bash (beta) feature in my Windows 10.

So, this post is about uninstall packages in bash.

How to get list of packages installed in your system?

just type dpkg --list


You will see the list of packages installed.

Do you like to uninstall a particular package?

just type sudo apt-get --purge remove nmap


Now, the nmap package gets deleted.

Just read this post How to get bash on Windows 10?

Hope, this helps you to delete the unwanted packages in Windows 10 Bash.

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