Windows 10: Removing button from the Action Center area
Removing button from the Action Center area
Let's say I used the following command to uninstall OneNote from Windows 10 Pro machine
It did what it was supposed to do and successfully uninstalled OneNote. However, I notice that the "Note" button still persists in the Action Center notifier popup. Once OneNote is uninstalled, clicking on "Note" makes Windows to offer installing an application from Store.
Get-AppxPackage *onenote* | Remove-AppxPackage
Is there any civil way to remove that "Note" button from Action Center? I know that I can hide it by collapsing the button stack, but what about the complete removal?
This is an old thread, but I have the same issue. Anyone know how to kill-off the "Note" button still in the Action Center?
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