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- The Windows Feature Experience Pack was introduced by Windows to release features and apps, and improve the existing ones.
- But, for those of you who don't need the pack, it can be removed with a bunch of simple commands.
The Windows Feature Experience Pack has been shrouded with mystery since it was first released, with Microsoft not sharing many details.
Some have wondered if there’s a way to uninstall the Windows Feature Experience Pack. So, let’s get straight to it.
How can I remove the Windows feature experience pack?
- Press Windows + R to open Run, type powershell in the text field, and hit Enter.
- Click Yes in the UAC prompt.
- Paste the following command and hit Enter to view the various installed packages:
dism /online /get-packages
- Locate the Windows Feature Experience Pack, select its name and version, and copy it.
- Now, execute the command below while replacing Package to Remove with the one you copied earlier:
dism /online /get-packages /packagename:Package to Remove
That’s it! If you were earlier wondering how to remove the Windows Feature Experience Pack, it is now successfully uninstalled, and the same will reflect in Settings.
What is Windows Feature Experience Pack 21H1?
Based on available information, Microsoft developed the Windows Features Experience Pack to deliver a few apps and features and improvements to the existing ones.
It has Snipping Tools, the Print Management Console, and a better text input panel, among many other features. And more are expected to be added in the coming days.
Why do I have Windows Feature Experience Pack?
Many users wonder why the Windows Feature Experience Pack is on their computers. The answer is simple, it is a package from Microsoft, and every user who regularly updates the OS has it.
Initially released in the Beta channel, the pack was first introduced in 2020 in Windows 10 and found a place in the latest iteration.
Before you leave, do not forget to check out what’s new in the Online Service Experience Pack for Windows 11. Also, please share your thoughts on the Feature Experience Pack and whether you uninstalled it in the comments below.