Not using or don’t like a resource pack? Follow these steps to remove resource packs in Minecraft bedrock, PE, Xbox, Windows 10.
To further improve and even enhance the overall Minecraft experience, you can install resource packs. For the Minecraft bedrock edition, there are all kinds of resource packs like the texture resource packs, functionality resource packs, Minecraft bedrock shaders, etc. Though not as expansive or powerful as the Java plugins or resource packs, the resource packs we have for the bedrock edition are pretty good. One of the best things about Minecraft bedrock is that you can activate or deactivate any and all resource packs as and when needed. This allows you to pick and choose what resource packs you want to use in a particular world.
Though the resource packs are pretty useful, there will be times when you might no longer need a resource pack because it is outdated or not working anymore. In those cases, you can remove the resource pack from Minecraft bedrock. Uninstalling Minecraft resource packs helps you clean up the clutter and reduce the overall disk space usage.
In this quick and simple guide, let me show you the steps to remove resource packs in Minecraft bedrock edition. These steps will work in Windows 10, Xbox, Switch, PlayStation, and PE.
Remove resource packs in Minecraft bedrock
To uninstall or remove resource packs in the Minecraft bedrock edition, you have to use the global Storage option. You cannot do it from the resource packs option on the world settings page. It is pretty easy to do. Just follow the below steps and you will be done in no time.
Step 1: Open the Minecraft app. On Windows 10, you can do that by searching for it in the Start menu or by clicking on the Minecraft tile appearing on the right side of the Start menu.
Step 2: Click the “Settings” button on the main screen. This action will take you to the main Minecraft settings page where you can configure the global settings.
Step 3: Select the “Storage” option on the left sidebar. This is the option that shows all your worlds and resource packs installed in the Minecraft bedrock edition.
Step 4: Click on the “Resources Packs” tab on the right panel. This action expands the respective tab to show all the installed resource packs.
Step 5: Find and click on the resource pack you want to remove. This should show more options related to that resource pack.
Step 6: Click on the “Delete” icon from the extended menu.
Step 7: Click on the “Delete” button in the confirmation window. Doing this will confirm your action to delete the resource pack.
That is all. As soon as you click the delete button, Minecraft will delete that resource pack almost instantly. If you have multiple resource packs to uninstall then click on the “Multiselect” option at the top, select all the resource packs you want to remove, and click the delete button to remove them.
I hope that helps. If you are stuck or need some help, comment below and I will try to help as much as possible. If you like this article, check out how to find Minecraft bedrock save folder in Windows 10.