Check App Sizes or Uninstall Apps in Windows 8

Edited by Lukward Thomason, Amanda, Eng

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    Move the cursor to the upper right corner of the screen
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    When the sidebar shows up, click on "Settings".
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    Now, we need to click on "Change PC Settings"
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    This opens a menu with several sub-menus.
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    Click on "Search and apps"
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    Now, we need to click on "App sizes"
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    Wait a moment for it to load. Once it's loaded, it will show how much space we have on our system drive, and how much space the applications up take on the PC. From here, we can scroll to view the apps. We can also uninstall an app from this screen. In this demonstration, we'll uninstall "Games".
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    Click on "Games"
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    Then click on the "Uninstall" button
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    Confirm by clicking the blue "Uninstall" button that appears in the pop-up
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    Wait for it to uninstall. Now that it's finished, we can go back to the desktop.
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    Move the mouse cursor to the upper left corner of the screen
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    Then click on the small window that appears showing the desktop.
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to check application sizes on Windows 8 computers
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Recent edits by: Amanda, Lukward Thomason

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