WordPress how to manually uninstall plugins

Plugins can be a great way to add additional features to your wordpress website, but sometimes you might need to uninstall them for a variety of reasons. In this article, we’ll show you how to do it manually on your own WordPress site.

What are plugins?

WordPress plugins are pieces of code that add functionality to WordPress. They can do everything from adding new features to your site to making it more efficient. When you install a plugin, WordPress automatically loads it into your website. However, if you decide you no longer want a plugin installed on your site, there are several ways to uninstall it.

To uninstall a plugin:

1) Log in to your WordPress site.

2) Click the Plugins menu item in the left-hand sidebar.

3) Select the plugin you want to uninstall from the list on the right-hand side.

4) Click the Uninstall button next to the plugin’s name.

5) Confirm your decision by clicking OK.

How to uninstall a plugin

WordPress is a popular content management system (CMS) used by millions of website owners around the world. It’s free, easy to use, and comes with a wealth of plugins that can be easily added or removed to customize your site. In this guide, we will show you how to uninstall a plugin using the WordPress admin panel.

First, log in to your WordPress admin panel and click on the “Plugins” menu item in the left column. You will see a list of all installed plugins on your site.

To uninstall a plugin, click on its name in the list and then click on the “Uninstall” button next to it. The plugin will be uninstalled and all its files will be deleted from your site.

Plugin security

It’s always a good idea to keep your blog secure by uninstalling plugins that you’re not using or don’t trust. WordPress makes this easy with its Plugin Manager.

To uninstall a plugin:
1. Log into your WordPress site.
2. In the left column, click the Plugins button.
3. In the Plugins list, find the plugin you want to uninstall and click its name.
4. On the Plugin Information page, read the information about the plugin and click Uninstall to remove it from your site.
5. If you want to keep the plugin’s files on your site, select Download Files and save them to your computer.

If you’re ever concerned about security issues with a plugin, or if you just want to make sure you’re using only reputable plugins on your site, it’s always a good idea to uninstall them manually. This way, you can be sure that any potential security issues have been fixed before they become problems for your readers or worse yet, for you!

Plugin removal guide

If you’re unhappy with a plugin and want to uninstall it, there are a few different ways to go about it. This guide will walk you through each method.

Manual Uninstallation:

To uninstall a plugin manually, first locate the plugin in the WordPress Admin area. Then locate the “Plugin” menu item and select “Uninstall.” On the confirmation page, click “Yes” to remove the plugin.


If you’re ever feeling overwhelmed by the amount of plugins your WordPress site is using and you want to take some time to uninstall them manually, this guide will show you how. By following these simple steps, you can remove any plugin from your WordPress site with ease. Have any questions about how to do this or if there are any plugins that you think should be on this list but aren’t? Leave a comment below and I’ll be happy to help!

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