It’s been a number of years since I did this, but think I can sort of remember how to do it.
Keep in mind that Tools, like Firefox and other programs is basically a bunch of pieces that can be plugged into a new machine…think your Firefox profile and you are on the right track.
Hope you are comfortable playing around on your C: drive, cause here we go…
Open your C: drive and go to Program Files (x86).
You’ll find a folder for HTML-Kit.
Inside, a folder for Tools.
Inside that a folder called bin.
Now, I don’t quite recall how I worked it the last time, but either I copied the bin folder over to a usb stick or, I took only the most recent backup file, the cache, the config and plugins files (all have an .hsf extension).
Once copied, install Tools on the new computer, go to the folder for HTML-Kit and paste the files from the old computer over the default files created from the new install.
This should (it’s a computer…should is the only safe word), migrate all your personal settings, passowrds, FTP, profiles and number of the local pizza delivery service to your new machine.
Important…if you have created any snippets, you must export each snippet separately and reimport it on the new machine…they are not kept in the other files, for some reason.
Anyway, hope this helps…let me know if it even works (LOL).
Like I said, it’s been a number of years since I had to set up a new computer, so your actual mileage may vary.