Email, Messaging, & Video Calls Texting & Messaging How to Uninstall Microsoft Teams on Windows 10 You must remove the Microsoft Teams machine-wide installer by Robert Earl Wells III Writer Robert Wells is a professional writer and amateur game developer. His specialties include web development, cryptocurrency, and cybersecurity. our editorial process LinkedIn Robert Earl Wells III Updated on April 22, 2020 Texting & Messaging Email Texting & Messaging Video Calls Tweet Share Email If you can't figure out how to uninstall Microsoft Teams, you're not alone. On computers with Microsoft Office, the program will reinstall itself every time you restart your PC unless you also remove the Microsoft Teams Machine-Wide Installer. Instructions in this article apply to Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7. How to Delete Microsoft Teams on Windows 10 If you downloaded the standalone Microsoft Teams app, you can uninstall it as you would remove any program from Windows. However, if you have Microsoft Office installed on your system, the Teams Machine-Wide Installer will automatically restore the app whenever you reboot Windows. To remove both Teams and the Teams Machine-Wide Installer: Right-click the Windows 10 Start menu and select Settings. Select Apps in the Windows Settings. Select the Apps & features tab and search for Teams. Select Microsoft Teams, then select Uninstall > Uninstall. Select Teams Machine-Wide Installer, then select Uninstall twice. If you don't want the program to load every time you start your computer, you can disable Microsoft Teams instead of uninstalling it. How to Uninstall Teams From the Windows Control Panel You can also remove Teams from any version of Windows using the Control Panel. Open the Windows Control Panel and select Programs. Select Uninstall a program. Scroll down and right-click Microsoft Teams, then select Uninstall. Scroll down and right-click Teams Machine-Wide Installer, then select Uninstall. To uninstall Microsoft Teams for Mac, go to your Applications folder and move Microsoft Teams to the Trash. Uninstall Microsoft Teams by Uninstalling Office You can also remove Teams by manually uninstalling Microsoft Office from your PC or running the Office Uninstaller from Microsoft. If you use Microsoft 365 or Microsoft 365 ProPlus for work, Teams might reinstall itself whenever there's an organization-wide software update.