How to uninstall apps not from Software?

I have Spotify and Discord, both of which do not appear in Software AT ALL as installed, that I do not want. How do I get rid of them?

How did you install them?

For Discord, I think I double clicked the file and did the allow thing. Not sure. It's been a few days and I've been a bit busy. Sorry.

For spotify, I used the Terminal and pasted from the spotify website,

Okay so they are probably .deb files. You can manage/uninstall them via GUI by installing synaptic and search for the package through there

sudo apt install synaptic
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k, thanks

You can also double click the installation file and it will give you the option to update or uninstall

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Search for the uninstallation codes for ubuntu for the apps you want uninstalled on the internet. You will find them easily :smiley:

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Could you confirm which terminal command down below that you used when installing Spotify??

If you used the Snap one, you can remove Spotify by using this command:

sudo snap remove spotify

But, if you used the Debian/Ubuntu one, you can remove it by using this command:

sudo apt-get remove spotify-client

Thanks, that worked!