My new Dell laptop was delivered today with Windows 10. First computer for me with Windows 10, so trying to get use to that. So the computer came with a 30 day free trial of Office 2019. I didn't "activate" it yet ... it wants me to "active" the trial when I try to open anything in Office. I have a DVD disc and a license key for Office 2013 I bought back in 2015, and I want to load onto this new laptop instead ... I don't want/need the 30 day trial of Office 2019. I see in "Apps & Features" I can "Uninstall" Office. But before I go any farther I want to look at the various paths and go from there. 1) Should I "activate" Office 2019 before I use the built in "Uninstall" feature in "Apps & Features"? 2) Should I just use the "Uninstall" feature in "Apps & Features? ... or, 3) Would it be better to install Revo Uninstaller and use that to uninstall Office instead of the built in "uninstall"? Revo Uninstaller seems to result in a cleaner uninstall because it cleans up related folders and the registry.