I understand. I migrated to Linux from Windows pretty recently as well.
But the beauty of it is in keeping your mind open to learning new things. For example:
sudo apt remove inkscape
That is all I need to do to remvoe inkscape program. One line. While the terminal being unfamiliar may seem "unfriendly", it is a powerful and very useful utility that can benefit you a great deal.
I would hope to encourage you to consider it as much a viable option as a "one Button" uninstaller. Because it is far more versatile and powerful since it is not limited to how many commands it can hold.
I think that this is a very excellent point.
I needed to ask for clarity since any .deb installed through
Software (which are also .deb packages except for Snaps or Flatpaks) is recorded and registered in Software.
Manually installed packages (Such as downloading a .deb) packages are also supposed to show up in Software. If yours "aren't", then we need to look into why that is.
I do not use the supplied Software app as I prefer Synaptic Package Manager.
You may also consider using the Synaptic GUI Package Manager and see if it suits your needs better.
sudo apt install synpatic
Once installed, you can open it from the Zorin app menu. Enter your pw and the GUI will open. Use the Search Function on the Top Toolbar to search for the general package name you want to remove.