Let me detail the process:
All of your VoiceComputer configuration files, which includes everything that you’ve done as far as VoiceShortcuts, tags, settings, etc. are stored in the VoiceComputer folder.
When you uninstall the previous version of VoiceComputer and install the new version, it isn’t necessary to import anything. It also isn’t necessary to export any of these configuration files unless you want to store them on a USB thumb drive or some other external location.
The simplest way to go about handling all your configuration files and settings is to do the following:
Uninstall the previous version of VoiceComputer and install the new one using the normal installation process. Do not import your configuration files before you uninstall the previous version and install the newer one.
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Simply scroll down using your mouse, or use the up and down commands (VoiceCommands) by saying “down one” or “down <#>”, where #= the number of lines you want to move. Once you find the most current backup folder, it will be highlighted and then simply click the OK button or say “OK”.
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You will be shown a list of your configuration files. Make sure that none of them are missing but don’t worry about any tagged folders if you don’t see them. They are listed under “show my favorites” and they will be restored using the above process. Also, be sure that you remember that your tagged folders and files will not show up under “show my favorites” until you close and restart VoiceComputer.Chucker2013-09-17 09:07:02