QuickTime is undoubtedly a well-known media player, compatible with Windows and OS X. But recent the Zero Day Initiative has issued advisories for two vulnerabilities found in QuickTime for Windows. And even worse is that Apple is deprecating QuickTime for Windows, this means the 2 bugs is probably never be fixed.
So a computer installed QuickTime may face security risks, if you not want your computer exposed to elevated cyber security dangers, such as increased risks of malicious attacks or electronic data loss, and even remote attackers to take control of affected systems.
This means that if you want to continue to ensure the safety of your computer, you should uninstall QuickTime player as soon as possible, if not familiar with how to uninstall QuickTime on Windows, just follow the below steps.
How to Completely Remove QuickTime on Windows 10
You can uninstall both Windows 10 apps and traditional desktop programs directly (er — sort of directly) from the Start menu.
To do this, go to Start > All apps and find the app or program you want to uninstall. Right-click on the QuickTime and click Uninstall from the drop-down menu that appears.
You can also uninstall QuickTime form the Programs and Features window (from the Control Panel) will open. Find the QuickTime on the list of programs, select it, and click Uninstall. A pop-up window asking if you’re sure you want to uninstall this program will appear – click Yes.