Re: older Jaws on pc
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If you are not hurting for space, I would not bother removing them.
If you still want to remove them, I would keep 2018 in case you find a bug in 2019 and wish to see if it works better with 2018.
Otherwise, there should be an uninstall option within each JAWS version folder.
When uninstalling, it will ask if you wish to remove shared components. Do not remove the shared components.
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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of David Pearson
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 10:48 AM
Subject: older Jaws on pc
While scrolling through the programs listed under my Start menu I hear the
Jaws2018, and Jaws18. Definitely want to keep Jaws 2019, but is there any reason to keep the other two with 2018 suffixes, and if not what is the best method to remove/uninstall them from the pc?
David S. Pearson