After installing a large application like Civil 3D you may have noticed several other programs were also added to your system. They might include things like material libraries, object enablers, add-ins and supporting applications. While this isn’t a problem, it can present challenges if the time comes that you need to uninstall Civil 3D and all of its associated components.
Fortunately, Autodesk provides a dedicated uninstall tool making it easy to remove an application and its “dependencies” using only a couple clicks of the mouse. In today’s post we’ll explore the Autodesk Uninstall Tool by leveraging it to remove Civil 3D from a machine. With the 2018 product line quickly becoming available, this tool can provide an efficient way to remove older Autodesk applications to make room for a newer release.
If you are interested, I’ve created a quick recording that walks through a sample workflow...