Problem: Multiple Versions Apparently Installed
In the Programs and Features Windows control panel (known as Add or Remove Programs on Windows XP and earlier), multiple instances of BridgeComposer have been known to appear sometimes.
Prior to version 5.30, during installation, BridgeComposer gave you the option to install for "Just Me" or "Everyone". (This option is a default feature of the Microsoft software used to create the BridgeComposer installation package.)
It turns out that if you selected this option one way when installing one version of BridgeComposer and then the other way when installing an updated version of BridgeComposer, both versions remained listed in the control panel. In fact, however, the updated version normally will have overwritten the program files of the earlier version.
To avoid this situation in the future, this install option has been removed as of version 5.30, and BridgeComposer will always install for "Everyone" (that is, all user accounts on the computer being installed on).
Unfortunately, in previous versions, the option selected by default was "Just Me", so after installing version 5.30, even people who always accept the default installation options may see multiple versions of BridgeComposer listed in the control panel.
Having multiple versions of BridgeComposer listed in the control panel should not cause any problems (unless you try to uninstall). So, you may simply ignore the situation if you like.
However, if you wish to correct the control panel listing, you may proceed as follows:
Please note: If you happen to uninstall without using the BridgeComposer Help→License menu command and keeping the user settings, you will likely have to reenter your BridgeComposer license key.
As always, if you need assistance, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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