Cleanly Remove True Image 2016 AND Seagate DiskWizard
I installed Seagate DiskWizard on Windows 8. The PC was then upgraded to Windows 10. I was suitably impressed with DiskWizard (and Norton Ghost is incompatible with Windows 10) that I then removed DiskWizard and installed Acronis TrueImage 2016.
However, When I dould click a *.tib file created by True Image Windows wants to open the file with DiskWizard even though I have de-installed DiskWizard, so the associated DiskWizard image doesn't physically exist. Windows does not show an association of *.tib with any software when I look in Control Panel, and I can't find anything relating to '.tib' in the registry. I am unable to associate True Image with *.tib files - when I specify True Image as the executable, just True Image starts when I double click a tib file rather than being able to explore it. I have installed True Image on another Windows 10 PC which never had DiskWizard and True Image works fine.
I want to cleanly de-install Diskwizard and TrueImage and then re-install TrueImage. I have found many Registry entries for Seagate that still exist even though I deinstalled DiskWizard, so these are certainly going to go, but I don't know how 'deeply' these 2 pieces of software are embedded within Windows.
Could anyone please provide instructions on how to remove all traces of DiskWizard and True Image from a Windows 10 PC - I expect they will be the same apart from registry entries being listed under different headings.
Will I hit any licensing issues if I install True Image again?
I need to perform this same operation on 3 Windows 10 PCs.