12.1. Deleting infobases
1C:Enterprise uninstall tool does not automatically delete directories containing infobases on the hard drive. You should delete these directories manually.
If there are links in the list of infobases for the directories with infobases to be deleted, you should delete both the rows from the list of infobases (see page ) and the directories themselves.
12.2. Uninstalling the platform
12.2.1. On Windows
Uninstalling 1C:Enterprise is performed by a special program that deletes system components from the computer's hard drive, makes changes to the Start menu and system information of Microsoft Windows.
Before uninstalling, complete all 1C:Enterprise operations (including shutdown of the 1C:Enterprise server).
To uninstall 1C:Enterprise, follow these steps:
- Open Windows control panel and click the Add or Remove Programs (Programs and features for Windows Vista and later) icon.
- If necessary, click the Replace or delete icon in the dialog box that is displayed.
- In the list of installed programs, select 1C:Enterprise 8 (126.96.36.199) and click Remove.
You will be asked if you want to perform the uninstallation. If you confirm, Windows will start uninstalling the selected 1C:Enterprise version from the computer and making the necessary changes to the system information.
To delete the required version of the platform, it is necessary to execute the Delete 1C:Enterprise command located in the menu with the required version number in the 1C Enterprise 8 Program menu (see page).
The uninstallation must be made on behalf of the user which has administrative privileges.