1. Mount the DMG you downloaded to install Lando. Visit GitHubopen in new window if you no longer have the DMG
  2. Double click on the uninstall.command script
  3. Agree to remove Lando and enter your user password when prompted
  4. Optionally you can remove your "Docker for Mac" installation. This will destroy ALL your containers.


  1. Open "Programs and Features" or "Add/Remove Programs"
  2. Find and select Lando in the list
  3. Click on "Uninstall"
  4. Optionally you can remove "Docker Desktop" via "Add/Remove Programs" as well. This will destroy ALL your containers.


  1. Open up the "Software Center"
  2. Search for and select "lando"
  3. Click on "Uninstall"
  4. Enter your password if prompted

If you do not have the GUI-based Software Center you can also uninstall Lando on the command line using the package management tool of your choice.

# With apt
sudo apt-get remove lando

# With dpkg
sudo dpkg -P lando

# With dnf
sudo dnf remove lando

Further cleanup

Removing lingering Lando configuration

If you've uninstalled Lando but want to remove ALL TRACES OF IT you will also want to remove its configuration directory.

Unless you've edited Lando's global config Lando will store app configuration inside your home folder. You can use lando config | grep userConfRoot to locate the precise location on your machine. By default these locations will be:

Operating SystemDefault Location

To remove on Linux or macOS you can run rm -rf ~/.lando. You can use explorer to remove on Windows.

Removing lingering Lando containers

You can also run this docker one-liner to force remove any Lando containers that, like the Cranberriesopen in new window may still be lingering

docker rm -f $(docker ps --filter label=io.lando.container=TRUE --all -q)