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  • SalSonn

    Easy way: Download and install a fresh Discord, then uninstall it.

    Hard way: Assuming this is Windows, Discord stores it's data in two Application data folders.

    You can open a Run dialog (google if you don't know what I'm talking about) and type %localappdata% into the text box and hit run. There will be a Discord folder in there that you can delete.

    The other Discord folder is in %appdata%, so do the same to that one and Discord will be completely gone

    ...except for a couple of registry entries that don't take up more than a couple KBs of space. Find and delete them if you absolutely must, but it won't really matter


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