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Solved Discord not in my uninstall list on apps and features

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  1. MrSwagMan666

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    Title explains it
     
  2. Fireflycph

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    Here's a description on how to do it. I assume this is for WIn 10. Also it's a complete quote copied from here::
    https://www.auslogics.com/en/articles/fix-discord-installation-failed/

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    First Step: Removing Discord from Your PC
    1. On your keyboard, press Ctrl+Shift+Esc. Doing so should launch the Task Manager.
    2. Make sure you are on the Processes tab, then look for any entry associated with Discord.
    3. Select any Discord-related processes, then click End Task.
    4. Exit Task Manager.
    5. Go to your taskbar, then click the Search icon.
    6. Type “Control Panel” (no quotes), then hit Enter.
    7. Click Uninstall a Program under the Programs category.
    8. Right-click Discord, then select Uninstall.
    Second Step: Removing Discord Leftover Files
    1. Launch the Run dialog box by pressing Windows Key+R on your keyboard.
    2. Once the Run dialog box is up, type “%appdata%” (no quotes), then click OK.
    3. Now, delete the %LocalAppData%/Discord and %AppData%/Discord folders if you see them.
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    4. Restart your PC."
     
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