npm-uninstall(1) -- Remove a package
npm uninstall <name>[@<version> [<name>[@<version>] ...] npm rm <name>[@<version> [<name>[@<version>] ...]
This uninstalls a package, completely removing everything installed for it. If
it's currently active, then it will be deactivated first, unless the
auto-deactivate config setting is set to "false". If anything is
depending on it, then those must be uninstalled first.
If the version is omitted, then all versions of a package are removed.
<version> may in fact be a version range, so these commands are
npm rm foo@'1.2.3 - 4.8.9' npm rm foo@'>=1.0.0' npm rm foo@'<2.0.3'