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How to Uninstall HttpWatch

HttpWatch can be uninstalled by:

  • Open the Windows Control Panel
  • Select 'Uninstall a Program'
  • Find HttpWatch in the list of programs and double click on it
  • Click the 'Uninstall' button in the HttpWatch Uninstall window

Upgrading HttpWatch

HttpWatch customers using previous versions can upgrade by purchasing a license key at a reduced rate and then installing the latest version of HttpWatch Professional Edition.

Customers who purchased HttpWatch Professional 11.x on or after March 17th 2019, or had a maintenance agreement that was active on June 17th 2019, can use their existing license key to install version 12.x.

You can check whether a free or paid upgrade to HttpWatch Professional 12.x is available by going to Help->Check For Updates.

If you need to reinstall older versions of HttpWatch the setup programs are available in the 'Previous Versions' sections of the Basic and Professional Edition download pages.

Installing HttpWatch Chrome Extension Without an Internet Connection

Normally the HttpWatch extension for Chrome is downloaded from the Google Web Store during installation. If the target PC or server has no internet connection the extension can be manually added instead.

Using HttpWatch on Windows 10

Version 10.0 or later is required to use HttpWatch on Windows 10.

HttpWatch cannot be used with the new Edge browser because it does not fully support extensions like HttpWatch. However, HttpWatch can still be used with IE 11 which can be found by going to to the Start menu and typing 'Internet Explorer'.

Firefox Versions 41 and Later Are Not Supported

Mozilla dropped support for extensions like HttpWatch in Firefox version 41. For more information see HttpWatch Will Not Support Firefox 41+ .

Using HttpWatch with IE 11

Version 9.3 or later is required to use HttpWatch with IE 11. This release includes support for Protected Mode and Enhanced Protected Mode (EPM) on Windows 8.1.

Self Signed SSL Certificates and HttpWatch iOS App

Please refer to the blog post 'Five Tips for Using Self Signed SSL Certificates with iOS' for information about using self signed SSL certificates with iOS and HttpWatch.

Automated or Silent Installation of HttpWatch

For information about silent installation using repackaging tools, such as SMS, please refer to the Silent Install section in the HttpWatch help.

HttpWatch Documentation

HttpWatch installs two help files in the HttpWatch program group:

  • HttpWatch Help - explains how to use HttpWatch
  • HttpWatch Automation Reference - contains information about the automation interface that can be used to control HttpWatch programmatically

These help files can be accessed through the Windows Start menu or from the Help menu in HttpWatch.

Web based versions of HttpWatch Help and the HttpWatch Automation Reference are also available.

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