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uninstalling Resize AI trial from Windows 10

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    Why can't you just use the Windows uninstaller?

    In the control panel, click on Programs and Features. Find On1 in the list and select uninstall.

    In the Control Panel, open Programs and Features. Find On1 Resize in the list and select uninstall.

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  • Robert Wightman

    It doesn't show up on the Programs and Features list. I do see ON1 PhotoRaw 2020, but not PhotoRaw 2021 which is also installed.

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  • Robert Wightman

    Where can I find the script?

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    Here is the uninstall article if the other link doesn't help.

    https://on1help.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360053531111-How-to-Manually-Uninstall-ON1-apps

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  • David Kick

    You can also try Right clicking on the app in the start menu an uninstall option should show up there.

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  • Robert Wightman

    Thanks Rick & David. I tried the right click in the start menu, but it just took me to the Control Panel, where Resize wasn't listed.

    I'll try Rick's suggestion after I get back from a photo trip next week.

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  • Grant Gordon

    I am having a very similar problem as Robert.  I installed and purchased ON1 Photo RAW 2022.5 yesterday.  I also installed the trial of ON1 NoNoise Ai 2022 later last evening.  When I try to install new LUTs they are opened up and installed on NoNoise Ai.  I can't uninstall NoNoise 2022.5 or even Photo RAW 2022.5 as neither show up as installed programs under Control Panel>Programs>Programs and Features.  In fact there are no entries of ON1 software shown.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    You do not want to uninstall one program in order to assign the other as a default.

    When ever a new program is installed, your OS (both Mac & Windows) automatically makes that program the default program for opening all file types that program supports. You just have to tell the OS which program it is you want to open them.

    Right-click on any file of the type you want to assign a new default for, in your case Grant it will be the preset installer, and open its Properties. In that window is an Open With command. Pick the program you want to open it and you're in business.

    https://www.pcmag.com/how-to/how-to-customize-your-default-apps-in-windows-and-macos

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    The problem is that you installed NoNoise AFTER Photo raw so now your OS is associating the Luts with NoNoise. You could re-install Photo Raw which would point the LUTS to it but it's easier to right click the LUT and choose Open With while selecting Photo Raw.

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