How to uninstall MySQL in Windows 10?


Delete MySQL

  1. Open the control panel, find all the components related to MySQL, and delete them.
  2. Find your MySQL installation path, see if there are any MySQL related folders, delete all. If it is installed on Disk C, check the two folders: C: program files (x86) and C: program files.
  3. Delete the MySQL registry, win + R, enter regedit, and the registry will pop up.

    Delete HKEY_ LOCAL_ MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services / eventlog / application / MySQL folder

    If you can find the following, delete it



  4. Open the file explorer, C:: – program data – mysql, which is a hidden folder. Delete this folder. If the file is in use, open the task manager to see if there is a MySQL process and close it.
  5. Restart the computer.