I can't uninstall google chrome downloaded unintentionally with adobe reader on a new laptop running windows 10. I went back to the adobe download page and noticed that if you don't uncheck the google chrome that's bundled with the reader it installs alongside the adobe stock. I used uninstall via control panel but google with its typical arrogance and disregard for user privacy has made sure I can't get rid of it that easily. I don't want to download any other uninstall program. Surely the windows 10 uninstaller facility is sophisticated enough to deal with this and if it isn't...why isn't it?
I am a little confused. Maybe you can provide more details?
You don't install Stock, it's a subscription based website. Was it Adobe reader you were installing?