Remove Windows Store Apps Script is for advanced users to remove multiple Windows Store apps in Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.
You're probably wondering... why? Its primary goal is to remove an app that is crashing or broken so that you can reinstall that app. Tech support 101 is to reinstall something when an error occurs, but often complete removal is the best option before you reinstall.
Because it is a script, you need to right-click the executable and select "Run with PowerShell." If you're not comfortable with a DOS window (you prefer a graphical interface), then you might consider removing these apps with an uninstaller like IObit Uninstaller.
Once executed, you are given the standard warning about running scripts even though a Microsoft Technet user created it. Once you agree, you are given a list of all Windows Store apps numerically. At the bottom, you are asked to input their ID (number) with a comma separating each app you want to install. The screen will flash quickly and display what was removed however it only does this once. The second time we ran it, we found that it auto-closes so try and get it right on the first try. Screenshot #2 below shows that and we got lucky and captured the in-progress action.
Remove Windows Store Apps Script then closes so you need to start it again should you want to delete others. We found that not using spaces caused it only to remove one app, so be sure to use spaces if you're removing multiple apps. For example: 35, 39, 47.
Some items can't be removed as they are considered a part of Windows or if they are on separate user accounts, for example. We captured some of these errors in screenshot #3 below.
Remove Windows Store Apps Script serves a niche purpose; to delete an app that is causing problems before trying to reinstall it.