Sketchup version: Any
Windows 8.1, 64 bit
I previously had several versions of Sketchup simultaneously installed on my computer. I recently downloaded the latest version (Sketchup 2015) and decided I want to keep 2015 as the sole Sketchup program on my machine. I started by uninstalling ALL versions (including 2015) through the default windows uninstaller, I used iObit’s “Powerful Uninstaller” which scans for leftover bits, and also used CCleaner afterwards to remove anything that still gets left behind. I then went into the “Program Data” folder and deleted the sketchup folders there as well as anything in the “AppData” folder (which clearly show me that these uninstallers perform less than favorably). Then, after restarting my computer, I reinstalled Sketchup 2015. As I right clicked one of my .skp files to choose the default program, I noticed that sketchup 2013 and 2014 are still listed as one of the options, which means they still have info lurking somewhere on my machine and it’s driving me absolutely bonkers! I’ve tried scouring through the forum but have been unsuccessful in finding any other steps to take.
Is there any way of ridding my machine of absolutely every single thing relating to Sketchup so I can start with a clean install?