Hi, it looks as though you are using a 3rd party start menu.
Try right clicking on the shortcut. There may well be a delete option.
Else right click on the folder and see if there's an open option to open it in explorer, then delete.
I commend Geek uninstaller (free) to you. If you always use this to uninstall programs, it scans for leftovers as well. I use it regularly.
Hi have never seen that before, have you tried a restart to see if they have disappeared
Hi, oops, sorry- read that too fast.. these are universal app shortcuts. What I said as you probably realised applies to conventional desktop programs.
If (having done a restart) you open the Win 10 start menu (e.g. SHIFT + Win key) do they appear there too?
How did you uninstall the apps? Rt click, uninstall, or using a Powershell command?
There are no shortcuts to Modern UI apps, these are derived by enumerating the contents of
(which you can't access directly)
See also Windows key + R, then type
If they still exist after a restart, the app hasn't been fully removed.
Great - good thing it was a minor problem.