locked Re: Question #Windows10


Michael Black
 

Every time a new WSJT-X version is installed it overwrites the old directory but creates a new Apps entry.
It's best to "unnstall" WSJT-X before installing a new version or install each in it's own directory -- I tag on the version # to the directory so I now have \WSJT\WSJTX250 for example.

There are 3 ways to remove old duplicate entries.

#1 Reinstall the older version and uninstall it (not likely to have older versions)
#2 Edit the registry to remove them (yuck!)
#3 Use a utility that does it

Mike W9MDB




On Monday, October 18, 2021, 02:14:35 PM CDT, Neil Foster <archernf@...> wrote:


I was just in my applications settings to remove an application I no longer use. In scrolling down I noticed about 19 copies of WSJT Many with the same date. What is that all about?
Neil   N4FN



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