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Installing Valentina Studio

Installing and Uninstalling on Windows

Valentina Studio can be installed on any computer running Windows Vista or higher.

Installing Valentina Studio on Windows

1. Depending on the Windows system, download the Valentina Studio installation program or locate it on your installation media.

Exit any unrequited applications before running the installer.

2. Run the installation program.

Answer the questions and accept the End User license agreement. You will be prompted to select a destination folder.

3. Select a destination folder.

This creates a program folder called Valentina Studio (or other name if you have chosen a different name). This folder can be accessed via the Start menu under Programs. The folder contains shortcuts to the program, help file, and Uninstall a program.

Uninstalling Valentina Studio on Windows

1. Go to Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs

Valentina Studio appears in the list.

2. Double-click Valentina Studio and answer Yes.

Uninstall runs and removes Valentina Studio from your hard disk.

3. Check for any remaining media.

If you stored any database files with Valentina Studio, they may not have been deleted by the uninstaller.

Installing Valentina Studio on Mac OS X

Mount the disk image vStudio_mac.dmg by double-clicking. Then just copy Valentina Studio to a location of your choice.

Installing and Uninstalling Valentina Studio on Linux

Installing Valentina Studio on Linux

1. Depending on the Linux system, download appropriate installation package or locate it on your installation media.

2. Install the package using either the graphics utility (e.g. Ubuntu Software Center) or a terminal command:

  • For DEB package:
$dpkg -i vstudio_x64_8_lin.deb
  • For RPM package:
$rpm -ivh vstudio_x64_8_lin.rpm

The application will be installed to the /opt/VStudio folder.

Uninstalling Valentina Studio on Linux

In order to uninstall the application you can use either the graphics utility or a terminal command:

  • For DEB package:
$dpkg -r vstudio
  • For RPM package:
$rpm -e vstudio