• How to install the software:
Download and unpack the archive. Run the executable file in the program's folder.
Portable apps. The software works out-of-the-box on Windows 10, 8.1, 8, and 7.
Windows SmartScreen/Defender may falsely report that the software is malware.

If compatible with Windows Xp, the software requires .Net Framework 2.0 to be installed. To support this, Windows Xp needs to be updated with (minimum): Service Pack 2, and Installer 3.1 (these updates may have already been installed). If .Net is installed but apps crash, use the Cleanup Tool before reinstalling the framework.
On Windows Vista you can enable the .Net framework or install the 2.0 version.

The software's settings are saved in its folder, unless otherwise noted.
Normally, you can move the program's folder to any other location, and in case
the software is set to start when the user logs in, you'll have to set it again.

Other settings that you may need to revise after you move the software are
file associations and settings related to the integration in Windows Explorer.
Programs that have such settings are: CSlide.

  • How to upgrade the software:
Download the new version and unpack the archive. To keep the old settings, copy the old settings files in Data\Settings sub-folder to the new app's Data\Settings folder, overwriting the default settings files if need be. If not otherwise noted, a new version can make use of the old version's settings files. Other sub-folders in the old Data folder can contain customized items or files that you also may want to move.
Beta versions can break settings compatibility, so unless otherwise noted, use them separately instead of upgrading.

  • How to uninstall the software:
If the software is set to start with Windows, you can change this setting first.
Settings that you optionally may revise before you remove (delete) the software,
are file associations and settings related to the integration in Windows Explorer.
Then simply stop the program. Optionally you can delete its files and folders.

Revised on: 15.04.2018