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    Resolved [RESOLVED] Uninstall Python from Windows

    Hi,

    I am starting to poke my nose into Python! I installed version 3.3 on Windows 7 but due to the fact that compiles, etc only support up to version around 2.7 I was thinking of downgrading. Although, I am unsure how to uninstall the installation which was in ".msi" format there is no reference to python in the "Add/Remove" programs list.

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    Re: Uninstall Python from Windows

    You might try to right-click on the MSI file and look for an uninstall option there.

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    Re: Uninstall Python from Windows

    Quote Originally Posted by dilettante View Post
    You might try to right-click on the MSI file and look for an uninstall option there.
    Thanks! The "Install", "Repair" and "Uninstall" options were all available on the menu that pops up when I right-click on the "msi" file.
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