It is usually not necessary to uninstall the Automation Batch Tools
installing the newest version
The installer will automatically try to suggest an appropriate installation path as the default.
This is based on the following:
- If you have an earlier version installed from within the same version series, this program location can be reused.
This means e.g. version 3.0.0 and 3.9.9 can be installed into the same directory.
- If you are installing a new major version, e.g. 4.x instead of 3.x the installation directory can not be reused.
Automation Batch Tools license
and not per computer
so you do not need to uninstall before
moving Automation Batch Tools and data files
to another computer.
Please note that support regarding this is only for non-modified
distributions of our program.
If you did not download our software from Microsys
reputable download site, magazine or similar, you may be using an altered
software copy meaning the normal uninstall instructions may not apply.
The easiest way to uninstall is using the Windows add/remove software
found in Windows | Start | Settings | Control Panel | Add/Remove Software
In the list, search for Automation Batch Tools
. Depending on the version, the corresponding icon looks like this:
You will often need to have a user account with administrator rights to successfully uninstall.
You can configure user accounts in
Windows | Start | Settings | Control Panel | Users and Passwords
You should close and exit the program before trying to uninstall it.
If you can not locate the uninstall item for whatever reason, it is generally safe to simply delete the files
Automation Batch Tools software releases.