Posted by: NanoTerm | Date: 02/14/2017 13:55 | IP: IP Logged
It works Windows defender
Posted by: Andreas | Date: 02/14/2017 15:05 | IP: IP Logged
Try to install PSPad as portable version.
Or do not install the normal version into C:\programs\ or C:\programs (x86)\. Install it into e.g. C:\tools\. PSPad needs to write to *.ini files in its folder. Windows does not allow this in program folders.
Or run PSPad as administrator.
Or go to settings system integration and set it to save in user profile folder.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 02/14/2017 15:07 by Andreas.
Posted by: billh78 | Date: 02/24/2017 17:00 | IP: IP Logged
Another solution is to go into the security properties of the folder in C:\Program Files or C:\Program Files(x86) and add your username to have full security rights to the folder and all subsequent folders and files. I was having issues running Tidy and did this to resolve that issue.