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From Marcus <>
Subject Re: Have 2.2, want to download 4.x
Date Thu, 21 Jul 2016 18:40:54 GMT
Am 07/21/2016 07:53 PM, schrieb tribalhorn:
> Thanks but...(I am an IT professional, have given training to developers)

ah, OK. Not that common when we get these questions. Therefore my way of 
answer. ;-)

 > [...] do you know of any issues regarding files that are not
 > automatically removed when 2.2 is uninstalled?

I don't know if this was ever documented. Maybe a search in user forums 
like [1] would give you more help. There are many more users that could 
remember this and maybe help you with this question.



>        From: Marcus<>
>   To:
> Cc: tribalhorn<>
>   Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2016 10:32 AM
>   Subject: Re: Have 2.2, want to download 4.x
> Am 07/21/2016 07:11 PM, schrieb tribalhorn:
>> I have version 2.2, but want to download/install the newest version, 4.1.x or the
most stable version. Do you have information on any issues or conflicts when 4.1.x is installed
over 2.2?
>> Or should I remove 2.2 before installing 4.1.x?
>> I use Windows XP version 2002 sp3 .I can also use Windows 10 if needed but am still
interested in the XP issues. Thanks,
> please do not install a version simply over another one.
> The right way is to:
> 1) Backup your documents.
> 2) Backup also your user profile (on Windows it's, e.g., here
> "C:\Documents and Settings\<your_user_account>\Application Data\". But
> it depends a bit which Windows version you are using)
> 3) Then uninstall the old version.
> 4) Delete remaining program files and folders.
> 5) Install the new version.
> I don't know it exactly but it's likely that the settings cannot be
> migrated from 2.2 to 4.1.2. So, it's a bit like a way of rocks to re-set
> all the options, icons, etc. But this will prevent any sudden problems
> that can occur with old settings.
> Marcus

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