To answer Jerry, I found solution.
First try: uninstall using Windows 10 interface to uninstall
Second try: right click over the program bouton on Start Menu
1st option of this link
It send to "Windows 7" like interface menu :
The second works!
Can not explain why, but it does.
It's good enough.
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Objet : Re: Can't Uninstall !
On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 10:30 AM, Pedro Crescencio <pedro...@gmail.com>
3. How did you try to uninstall it?
> Using Windows standard uninstall procedure
That page describes two different ways of uninstalling programs (from the
start screen, or from the Apps & Features control panel). I don't know if it
matters, but it might help someone to know which one you used.
> 4. What messages did you get when you tried to uninstall it?
> The message says : "Uninstalled". But I still have the icon over the
> App list.
You say you have "the" icon.
What icon is that? A normal python install should have a bunch of different
stuff on the start menu -- on the Windows 7 installation I have in front of
me, I have a "Python 3.6" folder, with four different links nested inside -
"IDLE (Python 3.6 32-bit)", "Python 3.6 (32-bit)", "Python
3.6 Manuals (32-bit)", and "Python 3.6 Module Docs (32-bit)". What do you have?
When you installed python, do you remember if you installed it for "All Users"
or "Just Me"?