On Windows 10 (but not only), if the registry cannot be accessed for writing, vsTASKER will exit and this is a normal (license protection) behavior. Make sure to run vsTASKER GUI in Administrative mode. [info]Method 1:Right click the vsTASKER icon on the Desktop and choose "Run as Administrator"[/info] [info]Method 2:Right click the vsTASKER ...

On some Windows, this effect can happen and the reason has not been found yet. To fix this issue, just need to remove the skinning : [info]select Tools::Preferences::Systems then Forms, and in Application Skin box, choose the option Windows Default. Save and restart vsTASKER.[/info]