There used to be an uninstall application but, for some reason, they did away
with it. If you delete the application, that doesn’t remove all Pro
Tools-related files. There are a bunch and, while they don’t necessarily have
to be removed if you wish to install a new version of Pro Tools, I understand
that one might want to remove absolutely everything. I’d start by trashing the
Pro tools folder within the Documents folder. I’d probably go into Library
under Application Support, find the avid folder and trash it. There are some
preference files but they’re probably OK to just leave. You might want to do a
Google search for the subject to find more info but those steps should work if
you want to clean out a bit more than just the application.
> On Oct 13, 2016, at 8:57 AM, Martin (Punky) Sopart <m...@cakewalker.de> wrote:
> hi all.
> what is the best way for a clean uninstall of pt 12.4.0, 12.5.2 and pt 12.6.0
> thanks and best regards! / Martin
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