How to Uninstall the Streamlabs Plugin for OBS

While we strive to make the features of all our tools as useful and non-intrusive as possible, we understand that every user's needs are different. There may come a time when you need to delete the Streamlabs Plugin for OBS, even if it’s just temporarily. Below are some tips for deleting the plugin if you need some help.

Disabling the “Go Live Flow” Popup

Is the pop that appears when you click Start Streaming what’s bothering you? If so, before you decide to uninstall the Streamlabs Plugin for OBS, consider simply disabling the Go Live Flow feature from the plugin’s settings menu. This can be done without removing the plugin itself, allowing you to keep the rest of its functionalities intact. Here's how:

  1. Open OBS Studio and navigate to Streamlabs using the top navigation bar.
  2. The StreamlabsPlugin for OBS settings window will open. To turn off the popup, toggle off the “Start Streaming” Flow option.

  3. The pop-up will now be disabled, preventing it from appearing when you click Start Streaming, offering a less intrusive experience.

Uninstalling the Streamlabs Plugin for OBS

If you've decided that uninstalling the Streamlabs plugin from OBS is the best course of action, here's what you need to do:

  1. Use your computer’s File Explorer to access your Program Files (x86) directory. Here, you will find a folder named StreamlabsPluginUpdater. Delete this folder entirely.

  2. Next, head to the Program Files directory and find the obs-studio folder. Within it, navigate to obs-plugins > 64bit. Look for files starting with sl-browser and delete them.

Whether it's improving existing features or streamlining the uninstallation process, we're committed to enhancing your streaming journey. We hope this guide makes troubleshooting or uninstalling the Streamlabs Plugin for OBS straightforward.

Should you encounter any issues during the uninstallation process or have suggestions for our team, please don't hesitate to reach out.

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