I use Total Uninstall to track files added, deleted, and modified and registry changes made to systems running Microsoft Windows when I install new software on the systems or update existing software on the systems. The sofware also provides a capability to transfer software from an old PC to a new PC. I upgraded Total Uninstall on a Windows 10 system from version 6 to the latest version, 7.0.1. When I started version 7, it did not appear to incorporate any of the data regarding software installed with Total Uninstall version 6. In the Documentation area of the website, I saw upgrade instructions to "Import the monitored programs into version 6" that show how one can import data for recorded installations from versions prior to version 6 into version 6 by selecting "File" then "Import." But I didn't see any "Import" option for version 7.0.1. After checking the menu options, though, I found that if I clicked on "Modules" from the menu bar at the top of the Total Uninstall window and then selected "Monitored Programs," that an "Import" option was then visible under the "File" option on the menu bar. When I clicked on "Import" all of my prior monitored installations appeared beneath "Monitored programs."
Total Uninstall stores the data for programs installed under its monitoring
in .tun files. The data for version 6 is placed in
C:\ProgramData\Martau\Total Uninstall 6\Monitored Programs while
the data for version 7 is placed in
C:\ProgramData\Martau\Total Uninstall 7\Monitored Programs. After
I imported the data from version 6 into version 7, I saw that a host of .tun
files now appeared in the version 7 Monitored Programs directory with
"IMPORTED@" prepended to the file names, e.g.,
IMPORTED@SpeedFan 4.52.tun for the
file in the version 6 Monitored Programs directory.