When you run the RightBooth uninstaller, the software is uninstalled but there are lots of other files left behind, such as the RightBooth Media Library and the RightBooth Settings.
This means that if you re-install RightBooth again, it will simply use the previous files and it may not achieve the result you were expecting. So this article explains how to fully remove RightBooth from your computer.
1) Remove the RightBooth Product Code
Before you uninstall RightBooth, you should remove any product code that you may have previously entered into the software. To do this:
2) Remove the RightBooth Application
3) Remove the RightBooth Program Data Folder
Running the RightBooth uninstaller will not remove the program data files that are created by RightBooth while it was in use, (such as the RightBooth Settings file).
Starting at RightBooth version 6.2.3, these files are all saved in the currently logged on user's local application data folder.
If you used an earlier version than RightBooth version 6.2.3, the data files will also have been saved in the ProgramData folder: c:\ProgramData\RightBooth6 so again you can simply remove this folder from your system...
4) Remove the RightBooth Media Library
Running the RightBooth uninstaller will not remove the RightBooth Media Library files that are downloaded and installed by RightBooth when it is first used.
The Media Library is located here: C:\Users\Public\Documents\RightBooth6 Library and you can remove this as follows:
5) Remove Your RightBooth Event Files
You may wish to also remove all the event files, video files and photo files that you have created using RightBooth.
These files are usually all stored in your Documents folder within the sub-folder RightBooth6
Remove this folder follows:
6) Remove the RightBooth Temporary Folder
RightBooth also creates temporary files in your Windows Temp folder. These files can usually be found in the Temp folder for the currently logged on user. Example location:
Again, simply use Windows Explorer to delete the temporary RightBooth6 folder, or better still, run the Windows Disk Clean Up utility by typing 'Disk Clean Up' into your Start search text box, then using the utility to delete all Temporary files from your computer.