In the Uninstall tab, you can select the plugin removal settings. Some WordPress plugins can create files in the uploads directory. For example, the Speaker plugin creates audio files with voice recording.
You can choose one of the listed settings:
- Delete plugin only – only plugin settings will be deleted upon removal. Settings and all files created by plugins will be saved on a webserver. We recommend using this setting when updating the plugin.
- Delete plugin and settings – remove the plugin and all plugin settings. All files created by the plugin saved on the server. This method is convenient for rolling back the plugin to the default settings.
- Delete plugin, settings, and data – complete deletion. This option will remove the plugin with the settings and all files created by the plugin. Completely erases all traces of the plugin on your site. Use it if you are sure what you are doing.
Do not forget to click Save Changes after changing assignments in WordPress plugin settings. After clicking this button, the settings will be saved and applied to all pages of the website.