On vista 32 bit you had to open it as a administrator. I'm finding that you have to do that on a lot of programs in win764.
More info: On my rig I am the administrator and user account control. If it gets to the point I have to have UAC on to run any SD software,I'll no longer use that software. Sorry but I don't need a babysitter in,on or for my computer.
I have UAC off on both Vista 32 bit and Win7 64. Avast A/V and Windows Defender is all I use for active security and Malwarebytes for occasional scans. I keep start-ups and running proccesses in check and OD Plus,CFX and WB's are three of them and all work just fine on Vista. I am beginning to feel I made a major mistake going with 64 bit. If and when I decide to use Win 7 as a primary OS I may switch back to 32 bit. I can only hope CFX is in a usable state by then.
I have very few installed programs on Win7 (about 20) so I doubt it's a conflict. I have the same cursor themes on both,copied over from Vista. From what I've read so far,Windows 7 64 bit causes more trouble than any performance gain I may have gotten.
You XP converts may be happy with it,but I'll take Vista 32 bit any day.
I had this same lock-up problem on Vista 32 over and over and over again on an almost monthly basis until v.2.01 was released but that was the free version so I expected no support. This is a paid version so it would be great if I could actually use it on both OS's
Windows 8 going 128 bit.......yeah,right. I can see that train wreck coming from miles away.