Context. Request Uninstall Store Package ByStore IdAsync(String) Method
Attempts to uninstall the specified downloadable content (DLC) package for the current app. This method also displays a UI dialog that requests permission for the operation.
public: virtual IAsyncOperation<StoreUninstallStorePackageResult ^> ^ RequestUninstallStorePackageByStoreIdAsync(Platform::String ^ storeId) = RequestUninstallStorePackageByStoreIdAsync;
/// [Windows.Foundation.Metadata.RemoteAsync] IAsyncOperation<StoreUninstallStorePackageResult> RequestUninstallStorePackageByStoreIdAsync(winrt::hstring const & storeId);
[Windows.Foundation.Metadata.RemoteAsync] public IAsyncOperation<StoreUninstallStorePackageResult> RequestUninstallStorePackageByStoreIdAsync(string storeId);
Public Function RequestUninstallStorePackageByStoreIdAsync (storeId As String) As IAsyncOperation(Of StoreUninstallStorePackageResult)
The Store ID of the add-on that corresponds to the downloadable content (DLC) package to uninstall for the current app.
An asynchronous operation that, on successful completion, returns a StoreUninstallStorePackageResult object that provides info about the uninstall operation.
Windows 10 requirements
Windows 10, version 1809 (introduced in 10.0.17763.0)
Windows.Services.Store.StoreContract (introduced in v4.0)
You can use this method to free up disk space by uninstalling DLC packages that are no longer needed. For example, a game that offers both a single player campaign and a multiplayer campaign might use this method to uninstall the single player campaign at the user's request, after the user has completed that campaign.
When you call this method, the OS displays a dialog that asks the user's permission to uninstall the app package. To silently uninstall an app package without displaying a notification dialog, use UninstallStorePackageAsync or UninstallStorePackageByStoreIdAsync (these methods require access to a restricted capability).
DLC packages are not available to all developer accounts.