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I have two different accounts for Ubuntu One, the older one is now not needed and I have been using the newer account to save files from my other desktop (Ubuntu 12.10). I now want to access the new account from my Windows PC :(

I understand there are ways to do this for Ubuntu but I'm having trouble finding a solution for Windows Xp/Vista.


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what do you want to do ? completely remove ubuntu one from Windows ? –  K.K Patel Oct 26 '12 at 7:35
You can access all your accounts from any of your (and the neighbor's, if they don't object) PCs. What exactly is the problem? –  mikewhatever Oct 26 '12 at 8:47
@K.KPatel I'm trying to use my 2nd (new) account on Windows which has a previous Ubuntu One install and synced with a different account. I believe we need to uninstall it completely so we can login with new user? –  R. Daren Oct 26 '12 at 11:36
@mikewhatever I did more search and found out about the Devices tab and Remove, which lead me to seeing the Install page and login, I think this is what I need(!) no need to unistall then. –  R. Daren Oct 26 '12 at 12:02

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You can remove Ubuntu one from Start > Control panel > Add and remove softwares

Select ubuntu one and click on Uninstall.

Download Ubuntu one from Here and Install it and setup your account.

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