How do I do a full uninstall of SourceTree in windows 10?
A simple uninstall through Control Panel leaves all the information I want to get rid off. When the program is reinstalled, all the bookmarks, repos, etc reappear.
As I am working on Windows 10, the location of the source tree files referred in other posts do not apply.
If you unable to uninstall the SourceTree. Please follow the below steps it worked for me on windows 10.
1. From Control Panel >> Program and feature >> uninstall sourceTree.
2. Goto %localappdata%/Atlassian : clear the enitre directory
3. Go to %localappdata%/SourceTree : clear the entire directory
No. A simple uninstall through Control Panel leaves all the information I want to get rid off. When the program is reinstalled, all the bookmarks, repos, etc reappear. As I am working on Windows 10, the location of the source tree files referred in other posts do not apply. The answer given by Arlassian is very disappointing.
I'm not Atlassian, I'm just another user trying to help. Maybe if you'd been more clear in your original question about what you mean by "full uninstall" my original answer could have been more helpful.
If you want the software uninstallation to delete your local repositories, I don't think that can happen. That's a significant amount of data destruction, and that data is completely legitimate without SourceTree. If you want the bookmark settings to be removed along with SourceTree, that's reasonable, but I'm not about to go uninstalling my own SourceTree to see if that happens.
I have the same problem. I finally figured out that the uninstall deletes most of the things from %localappdata%/SourceTree, but doesn't delete anything out of %localappdata%/Atlassian. If you remove that last folder, then the reinstall goes through the install wizard again instead of just magically reopening SourceTree
I've just recreated this problem. Somehow SourceTree was calling an .exe (in my user folder btw!) file that was no longer there, so I uninstalled it. Then reinstalled it. But the problem persists, and I realized many of my settings were retained.
An uninstaller should by default uninstall. Offering to leave the user's settings behind is a good idea, but by default it should clean up after itself entirely. After all, that's usually the main reason someone uninstalls something: To get rid of everything.
Same issue here. I was trying to get rid of SourceTree from the "Uninstall or Change a Program" panel but ended up by leaving orphaned app data in
I backed them up to my desktop just in case, but obviously you can delete these after if it is successful.
I followed this manual and finally get SourceTree fully uninstalled from my Windows 10.
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