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Office.com/setup introduced the latest version of MS Office i.e. Microsoft 365 for business. The benefits of this software are as follows:

1. Comes With Office: Microsoft 365 helps the users to work at any time from anywhere on any device. It consists of all the applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, etc but it also provides the benefits of cloud to the entire computer user. You can install this app on 5 PC or 5 tablets, or 5 operating systems.

2. Communicate More Effectively: You can communicate with your team in groups, online meetings, web conferences, and callings.

3. Connect, Plan, and Get Work Done: You can access your emails, tasks, calendars, contacts and you can work efficiently together in one place.

4. Defend Against Cyber Threats: It is also helpful in safeguarding your device and data against unsafe attachments, suspicious links, malware, and viruses, etc.

5. Protect Your Information: It helps to protect and secure your sensitive data on personal and company-owned devices.

6. Automate Business Processes: It helps to streamline, automate, and transform processes with rich forms and custom mobile apps.

7. Customize Your Workplace: Microsoft 365 is easy to deploy and manage on any device. And it also helps to move your business forward.

8. Secure Access to your Business: You can access your business-sensitive information like username, bank details, etc. with user authentication and automated policy-based rules.

If you want more details about how to install office 365 then you can visit the official website of MS Office. For help and support, you can call on their toll-free number. The customer care executive is available all the time for the user from anywhere.
Uninstalling applications from Mac OS is perhaps the simplest method of removing apps from any OS like Windows, and it's far easier on a Mac than anything you'll encounter within the Windows world. It's so simple that some new Mac users are left wondering what else they're alleged to do, I even have received several family tech support questions whether they're determined to find an “Uninstall Programs” control panel like in Windows - this is often not the case on a Mac, it's dead simple.

First up we'll cover the normal method of just deleting the application. Then we'll show you the even easier way that's new modern versions of Mac OS, including OS X El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Lion, Mountain Lion, and beyond:

How to Uninstall Applications in Mac OS the Traditional Way

This is one of the classic methods of uninstalling a mac app that has been around since the dawn of the Mac. All that you need to do is select and delete the application within the Finder, like so:

Go to the Finder in Mac OS if you haven't done this already.
Navigate Click and hold on the icon of the app you would like to uninstall
Either drag the application to the Bin or right-click and select “Move to Trash”
Right-click on the Trash Can show on the screen and select “Empty Trash”.
If you prefer keystrokes, you'll also just select the app icon then hit Command + Delete to move the app to Trash can, then empty the Trash and the app will be removed.

This method to uninstall app on Mac works in quite literally on all versions of Mac OS X, from modern releases like OS X El Capitan (10.11.x) and prior to Snow Leopard as well, going back to the earliest releases of Mac OS. Now let's move onto Lion and onward, which makes uninstalling apps from the Mac App Store as simple as doing the same on the iPhone.

Uninstalling Apps from the Mac through Launchpad

Despite the already incredibly simple app uninstall process on a Mac, Lion and Mountain Lion onward make it even easier by taking the iOS method. This works on apps installed through the Mac App Store, but not for apps installed manually on your Mac.

Open LaunchPad
Navigate click and hold on the icon of the app you would like to uninstall
When the app icon starts jiggling, click on the black (X) icon that appears
Click on “Delete” to verify the removal of the app
You can also use the drag-to-Trash method in Mac OS X, but LaunchPad is quickest for apps installed through the App Store

Using LaunchPad in Mac OS X 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.7, 10.8, and newer does not require you to empty the Trash afterward, it's all handled immediately. This should be familiar to anyone who has used an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch since the interface and tap-and-hold method are identical to what is in iOS. This is yet another reason for upgrading your Mac OS, it makes the Mac experience even simpler while still retaining the full power and potential behind Mac OS. To know more in-depth about how to uninstall Avast on Mac lookup to our web portal.
Normally I the best way is just ignore Microsoft Edge and go on to use other browsers such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. But after experiencing an issue where a program keeps opening Edge no matter what browser I set as default, yes, it would sometimes be better to completely disable, remove or uninstall Microsoft Edge in Windows 10.

As we know, Microsoft Edge is the default browser for Windows 10. It comes pre-installed as a Windows main components in Windows 10 installation. Obviously, Microsoft wants us to use Microsoft Edge as our default browser, thus, there is no option in “add or remove program” or anywhere in the setting to disable or uninstall Microsoft Edge in Windows 10. We’ll have to remove Microsoft Edge from Windows 10 manually using the harder ways.

There are other methods to uninstall Microsoft Edge from Windows 10. They should all work to refrain other software from ever opening Edge again.

How to Disable Microsoft Edge in Windows 10

It’s much easier just to disable Microsoft edge in Windows 10 than removing it completely. As I’ve mentioned above, there's no default option available to disable Microsoft Edge in Windows 10.

The trick here is to rename the Edge’s folder in order that the system and other software couldn’t recognize or find the executable file from its changed path.

To disable Microsoft Edge in Windows 10, follow the steps given below:

Open This PC or Windows Explorer.
Navigate to C:\Windows\SystemApps. Replace C:\ if your Windows 10 was installed in some other drive of your device.
Look for the Microsoft Edge folder, Rename it to any name. For example, Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_disabled.
Restart your computer.
Now that the folder is renamed, any request involving opening Microsoft Edge will fail as the file does not exist in its original path. Therefore, Microsoft Edge will not be used as if it is disabled in Windows 10.

Please keep in mind that the renaming process requires admin privilege to do so. So, make sure you’re logged in with the administrative account before you attempt to rename the Edge folder, else, it won’t allow you to rename the Edge folder.

Also, make sure that all the Microsoft Edge windows and instances are closed and no service relates to Microsoft Edge is currently running while you are renaming the folder. Otherwise, the renaming will fail and will return an error that reads “the action can’t be completed because the folder or a file in it is open in another program”.

How to uninstall Microsoft Edge from your device

If you don’t want Windows to have the ability to open the Microsoft Edge window, the renaming method above to disable Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 should be sufficient to do the job. If for some reason you would like to completely uninstall Microsoft Edge from Windows 10, you will have to use a tool called Unlocker.

When you navigate to C:\Windows\SystemApps and attempt to delete the entire folder of Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe, it will fail with an error message that says “You require permission from TrustedInstaller to make changes to this folder”.

In order to bypass the permission, here you will need the Unlocker tool. Unlocker will be able to unlock the folder from any permission locking and allow you to delete the folder.

Download Unlocker from iobit.com and install it. When the installation is done, navigate the Microsoft Edge folder in C:\Windows\SystemApps --> Right-click Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe folder. Select Unlocker from the context menu.

Under Choose an action drop-down menu, select Delete. Then, click on OK. If it requires you to restart your PC, do so. The Microsoft Edge folder will then be deleted from your device.

This method to uninstall Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 should last until the next Windows Update. When Windows Update kicks in, it will scan for missing system files and attempt to install them. Since Microsoft Edge is a part of Windows 10 system files, when it is unable to detect the Edge because you’ve removed Microsoft Edge from Windows 10, Windows Update will automatically install another copy of Microsoft Edge to it's older location.

You will then have to follow the steps shown above as per your need.
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