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    Teamviewer change Commercial Licence to Home Licence

    I made the mistake of choosing Commercial Licence when installing teamviwer on my home PC (for personal use) and now cant seem to find a way to change it to a non-commercial licence. Even uninstalling removing all settings and reinstalling does not allow you to reselect the option.

    Did a quick search but could not find a way to change this. Does anyone have any ideas please?

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    Uninstall clear the reg keys. Delete folders from programdata and appdata in your profile. Also check the temp folder.

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