I used the following installer yesterday to install Developer Studio and am unable to uninstall it now: Open_AT_Application_Framework_v2-52_Full_Installer.exe
I am logged in as a local administrator in Windows 8.1. No Sierra labeled software remains in the installed Programs list.
Executing the installer once more in the hope of getting an uninstall option didn’t work.
Thanks for the swift reply, it is greatly appreciated.
I would, however, also appreciate an official answer. Deleting folders is not, traditionally, the correct way of uninstalling programs.
I really need to clean this system out of everything that the installer installed.
Exactly. DS is based on Eclipse, which is smart enough to put everything it needs into one directory. In fact, the ‘install’ simply unpacks a zip file into the given directory. So simply delete the DS directory and it’s gone.
In this case, it is. Eclipse doesn’t subscribe to the microsoft way of splattering stuff all over the file system and into the registry.
However, if you installed the additional drivers and tools, you will need to run the uninstaller from the control panel, as the drivers are integrated into the OS (and are not technically part of DS).