Riot Games is an American video game publisher and eSports competition organiser that was established in 2006. The company is best known for League of Legends.
Riot Games, the developers behind flagship games like League of Legends and Valorant, have come up with a new user interface called the Riot Client. It provides access to all desktop games made by Riot in one place. The client has a smooth-running UI and makes it easier for you to find and play any Riot game on your PC. Each page in the client is dedicated to one of the games and contains all of the information for that game, from updates to the marketplace. Installation of the riot client is pretty easy as it gets automatically installed on your PC when you install any riot game, but uninstalling the client is something that confuses many players. So today, we’re going to tell you how to uninstall the Riot Client.
How do I uninstall the Riot client on Windows 11?
If the riot programme does appear in your list of programs, then you can simply right-click on it and click uninstall. But you can’t uninstall the Riot Games client simply like any other application if it doesn’t appear in the list of programs, although there’s still a way to do that. Follow the steps below to remove the Riot Client from your PC:
Step 1: Start your PC and click on “My Computer” or “This PC.”
Step 2: Go to “Local Disk C,” or the drive where you’ve installed the game, and search for the “Riot Games” folder.
Step 3: Open the “Riot Games” folder and delete the “Riot Client” sub-folder.
That’s it, folks! The Riot client should be successfully removed from your PC. Although the icon will still appear, when you click on it, it won’t open up and you’ll have the option to delete it because it won’t work anymore.
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