Program Files" or "
Program Files (x86)" folder, it will have an entry in the registry and/or an included uninstaller. Caution: uninstalling a program permanently removes it from your computer, for you and other user accounts; if you plan on re-installing this application in the future, backup its settings by typing "%appdata%" in the start menu: hit Enter, and find the folder to copy to a safe location.
Side note: to remove Windows Updates, you need to click "View installed updates" on the left; to disable some core features, click "Turn Windows features on or off".
Tip: if you need to open files created with that application, search online for free "Viewers".