- Open the Groove Music app.
- Tap and hold on the hamburger icon at the top-left corner of your screen.
- menu will appear; click “Settings.
- Select “Reset”.
- Under Reset, choose “Delete playlists”, then click the “Reset music library” button to clear all music you’ve added or downloaded from Groove Catalog.
You can also reset by choosing Settings > Apps & Features > Groove Music > Reset button, which reinstalls the app and reverts to default settings, so you will lose the app data.
Open Powershell as Administrator. Copy and paste the following command into the prompt:
get-appx package *Microsoft.Zune music* | remove-appx package; restart the computer.
Windows 10’s Groove Music app is preinstalled, but unlike most built-in apps you can’t always search and right-click to uninstall it because the option to do so isn’t always available.
To locate your music collection, Groove by default sniffed for MP3s in the Music folder on your PC and OneDrive.
Groove Music is easy to use and has a rich library, but it lacks some key features that may prevent music lovers from joining the service.