Thank you for being part of the Windows 10 family. Sorry to know that you are facing issues with Windows 10. This issue could occur if there are some settings configured which does not allowing a particular program to run in Windows 10. You can try to turn off and turn on the User Account Control. Check if it helps.
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In Windows 10, UAC blocks executable binary files that are signed with revoked certificates. This behavior prevents users from running certain applications. For example, users cannot run applications whose binary files are signed with stolen certificates. To run an application, you must have the binaries files signed with valid certificates.
Applies to: Windows 7 Windows 8.1 Windows 10 Move the slider to select how much you want User Account Control to protect you from potentially harmful changes. Here's more info about each option:
In the Windows 7 "System and Security" control panel category, the Action Center lets you change User Account Control (UAC) settings. In the User Account Control Settings dialog box, you move the slide bar control for notifications, and then you click the OK button. In this scenario, the dialog box does not close, and no change is made.
Click on the Search icon, type UAC in the search box, and then click Settings located under the search box. . On the left hand pane click Change User Account Control Setting. 2. Move the slider to a desired notification setting, and then click OK. There are four UAC settings that you can choose from: Always notify.
User Account Control (UAC) is a new feature that helps prevent malicious programs, also known as "malware," from damaging a system. UAC stops the automatic installation of unauthorized applications. UAC also prevents unintended changes to system settings.
How to disable/enable UAC using the register . Hello, Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System. Set EnableLUA registry DWORD to 1, to enable UAC or set it to 0, to disable UAC. Note: Create a System Restore point before editing registry. Regards.
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