This question has a different intent than "Why can't you uninstall multiple programs at once in Windows?"
The answers in that question focused strictly on why windows doesn't allow "simultaneous" de-installation of programs.
I am interested in how to uninstall multiple programs WITHOUT clicking on endless "are you sure?" or dialogs nagging me about dependencies for each item I intend to delete. I don't care if the programs are removed one at a time, or simultaneously as long as I don't have to sit there, selecting each program and answering dialogs about it. In a situation where you need to remove 20+ items, this can add up to a lot of time.
There has to be some simple way to do this, right?
The way that I do it now is I go to Control panel, type in a search term in the "Search Programs and Features" textbox, and then individually delete each item that I need to delete. This is fine for 1 or 2 items, but If there are many then what are the options? I wish I could just make multiple selections and have it non-interactively uninstall (after perhaps asking if I am super-duper-sure).
Although this question is similar to "Uninstalling programs silently via CMD", the accepted answer here provides a method to easily search-for and uninstall programs. This is substantially different than creating a script to delete any one program "silently" via a script. One of the other answers also gives a GUI alternative for deleting multiple programs– again, very different from the other question.