AllAndNothing 9 Posted February 8, 2016 Share Posted February 8, 2016 I'm running Evernote in Windows 7 in sync mode. I have the local data files on a D drive, while the OS and apps are on the C drive. I frequently copy the local data files to a backup location. I want to do a re-install. (The reason is that I removed the Evernote Clipper for Outlook add-in during some troubleshooting and it seems the only way to re-enable it is to reinstall Evernote: https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/209005837-How-to-use-the-Microsoft-Outlook-Clipper-add-in-to-save-emails-to-Evernote.) I'd appreciate advice on which is the best way to do this. Option A: Quit Evernote, Empty my folder where the local data files are kept (moving a copy elsewhere for safety, of course), uninstall Evernote, reboot, and reinstall Evernote (and let it sync to download all the data from the server). Option B: Leave my local data files in place and just quit and uninstall Evernote, reboot and reinstall it. I don't have a lot of data, so a fresh download of everything will go quickly. I'm not concerned about saving time. I'm only concerned with ensuring the integrity of the data -- foremost on the server, of course, but also locally so I don't have to revisit it. Thanks! Link to comment
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