Gynzy Desktop can be installed in two ways:
- With the .exe installation file: for more details visit this page
- or with Windows Installer Package / MSI file.
With the MSI file, administrators can push the Gynzy Desktop application out to multiple teachers.
Use this command to install Gynzy Desktop automatically:
msiexec /i "GynzyDesktop_x64.msi" /quiet
Uninstall Gynzy Desktop with this command:
msiexec /uninstall "GynzyDesktop_x64.msi" /quiet
The MSI file will install Gynzy Desktop in this folder:
C:\Program Files\Gynzy Desktop
Gynzy desktop icon has changed, you'll see this icon when you install the latest version:
To download the MSI file 32-bit:
For a 64-bit version click this link
Above links always refer to the latest version of Desktop Gynzy.
If we release a new version of Desktop Gynzy we will inform all major IT suppliers.
If user install the EXE file, Gynzy Desktop will automatically check for new versions and auto-update. MSI installed versions have to be updated manually.
Change User-Data folder location
When running Gynzy Desktop files are being created per user. The location of the folder containing these files can be customized. This can be done by changing the shortcut.
When the shortcut contains the following path:
"C:\Program Files\Gynzy Desktop\Gynzy Desktop.exe"
Then you can add the following:
The complete path will be:
"C:\Program Files\Gynzy Desktop\Gynzy Desktop.exe" --user-data-path=C:\Users\[user]\Desktop\my-data
You can check if the new path is used by starting Gynzy Desktop and inspect the folder you've specified. This folder should contain a few files and folders. You can also check this by reading the section below
Determine User-Data folder
When running Gynzy Desktop files are being created per user. To determine where these files are being created you can follow these steps:
- Launch Gynzy Desktop
- Click menu item “File” -> “About Gynzy Desktop”
- In the new dialog there is a line with userData:
- The value behind it is the path to the User-Data folder