What is the process for uninstalling the r-bridge-install for Python?
For package managed software like R and Python, it's typical that installers don't modify packages that have been added by the user after installation, only the base software is removed. So, if you uninstall R, you'll still have any R packages left on your machine, including the arcgisbinding package installed by the R-ArcGIS bridge. To remove it, you can do so from the R prompt with the command
Unlike other software, R packages are self-contained and don't have any interaction with the system, so won't have any continuing interactions with other programs or the operating system if left.
is it listed in your system through control panel ? (search on uninstall should yield 'uninstall or change program')
Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features
Does this also clean up any remnants left be find under the Python folders too?
How are you installing the bridge? If you're using the Python toolbox, then you can safely remove the directory of extracted contents which you downloaded from GitHub. If you're using Pro's Python backstage to install the package, you can uninstall it entirely from the "Installed Packages" tab of the backstage.
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