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I've Googled my ass offas much as I could but can'tI cannot seem to find a solution to this problem.

I've got a Windows 10 Pro system that had an activated (legal) copy of Office 2013 installed. I've used Office 2013. Last week I upgraded to Office 2016 and reactivated that.

I usually start my programs by hitting the Windows key and searching for programs. However if I search for Word or Excel from the start menu it's showing the 2013 edition of the apps that aren't installed anymore. It's not doing anything either when I click on it.

Office 2016 apps are showing up in the all apps section of the start menu, but not on searching for it.

I've rebuild my search indexes. I've searched (with Search Everything) for filesnames that resemble word or excel 2013, I'm finding nothing.

How to get rid of those references?

I've Googled my ass off but can't seem to find a solution to this problem.

I've got a Windows 10 Pro system that had an activated (legal) copy of Office 2013 installed. I've used Office 2013. Last week I upgraded to Office 2016 and reactivated that.

I usually start my programs by hitting the Windows key and searching for programs. However if I search for Word or Excel from the start menu it's showing the 2013 edition of the apps that aren't installed anymore. It's not doing anything either when I click on it.

Office 2016 apps are showing up in the all apps section of the start menu, but not on searching for it.

I've rebuild my search indexes. I've searched (with Search Everything) for filesnames that resemble word or excel 2013, I'm finding nothing.

How to get rid of those references?

I've Googled as much as I could but I cannot seem to find a solution to this problem.

I've got a Windows 10 Pro system that had an activated (legal) copy of Office 2013 installed. I've used Office 2013. Last week I upgraded to Office 2016 and reactivated that.

I usually start my programs by hitting the Windows key and searching for programs. However if I search for Word or Excel from the start menu it's showing the 2013 edition of the apps that aren't installed anymore. It's not doing anything either when I click on it.

Office 2016 apps are showing up in the all apps section of the start menu, but not on searching for it.

I've rebuild my search indexes. I've searched (with Search Everything) for filesnames that resemble word or excel 2013, I'm finding nothing.

How to get rid of those references?

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I've Googled my ass ofoff but can't seem to find a solution to this problem.

I've got a Windows 10 Pro system that had an activated (legal) copy of Office 2013 installed. I've used Office 2013. Last week I upgraded to Office 2016 and reactivated that.

I usually start my programs by hitting the Windows key and searching for programs. However if I search for Word or Excel from the start menu it's showing the 2013 edition of the apps that aren't installed anymore. It's not doing anything either when I click on it.

Office 2016 apps are showing up in the all apps section of the start menu, but not on searching for it.

I've rebuild my search indexes. I've searched (with Search Everything) for filesnames that resemble word or excel 2013, I'm finding nothing.

How to get rid of those references?

I've Googled my ass of but can't seem to find a solution to this problem.

I've got a Windows 10 Pro system that had an activated (legal) copy of Office 2013 installed. I've used Office 2013. Last week I upgraded to Office 2016 and reactivated that.

I usually start my programs by hitting the Windows key and searching for programs. However if I search for Word or Excel from the start menu it's showing the 2013 edition of the apps that aren't installed anymore. It's not doing anything either when I click on it.

Office 2016 apps are showing up in the all apps section of the start menu, but not on searching for it.

I've rebuild my search indexes. I've searched (with Search Everything) for filesnames that resemble word or excel 2013, I'm finding nothing.

How to get rid of those references?

I've Googled my ass off but can't seem to find a solution to this problem.

I've got a Windows 10 Pro system that had an activated (legal) copy of Office 2013 installed. I've used Office 2013. Last week I upgraded to Office 2016 and reactivated that.

I usually start my programs by hitting the Windows key and searching for programs. However if I search for Word or Excel from the start menu it's showing the 2013 edition of the apps that aren't installed anymore. It's not doing anything either when I click on it.

Office 2016 apps are showing up in the all apps section of the start menu, but not on searching for it.

I've rebuild my search indexes. I've searched (with Search Everything) for filesnames that resemble word or excel 2013, I'm finding nothing.

How to get rid of those references?

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Windows 10 search shows office 2013 apps after upgrade to 2016

I've Googled my ass of but can't seem to find a solution to this problem.

I've got a Windows 10 Pro system that had an activated (legal) copy of Office 2013 installed. I've used Office 2013. Last week I upgraded to Office 2016 and reactivated that.

I usually start my programs by hitting the Windows key and searching for programs. However if I search for Word or Excel from the start menu it's showing the 2013 edition of the apps that aren't installed anymore. It's not doing anything either when I click on it.

Office 2016 apps are showing up in the all apps section of the start menu, but not on searching for it.

I've rebuild my search indexes. I've searched (with Search Everything) for filesnames that resemble word or excel 2013, I'm finding nothing.

How to get rid of those references?