I installed an application today. I did not run the install program as "Run as administrator" because I am logged in under an administrator account and therefore should not have to worry. I then went to run the application, and it won't let me run it. I have even set up a 2nd administrator account in anticipation of some Microsoft troubles. I also cannot uninstall the application. I want to uninstall it because I want to do some sort of Run as Administrator and reinstall. I notice that permissions are a constant problem lately with Windows 10.
Is there any registry trick or some sort of Account administration trick that can get me to either 1) run the application or 2) uninstall it and reinstall it so I can run it.
I also noticed that when I installed the file to the CD and transferred it from another computer, it hung up and the CD spun very fast. But I decided to install it to the new computer and it installed fine. But perhaps it was not a perfect CRC check? Whatever the problem, I need some ideas what I can do. I cannot believe how many problems I have with installing and running software. I thought the whole idea of an admin account was to make things easy. All it's doing is crippling my computer.
I also don't see my user account(s) under permissions.
Edited by PetarSickey, 03 August 2017 - 06:07 PM.