Plugins are the lifeblood of the WordPress ecosystem. When choosing a website or blogging platform, the core extensibility of WordPress through plugins is often a major factor in choosing to go the WP route. That said, however, not all plugins are created equal. Nor do all plugins need to remain active all the time. We want to show you how to uninstall WordPress plugins so that when and if you need to remove one, you don’t have to deal with plugin fragments and orphaned tables cluttering up your site files.
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