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    Posted: January-03-2017 at 10:49pm
Sense I upgraded from windows 7 to windows 10, My FS Panel Studio has not worked correctly. It’s been sometime sense I did the upgrade and all my other flightsimulater programs still work. But FS Panel Studio Acts like its working making changes and saving them. but when I open Flightsimulater and go to the plane the changes are not! I reopen the same panel with FS Panel Studio and it shows the back up panel files. I reopen it the panel as the changes I earlier made but there not showing up in my flightsimulater. Plus I’ve looked in the flightsim directory the changes are not showing up in the planes panel folder. I’ve tried everything that I know of . I reinstalled FS Panel Studio twice now both times it works correctly, making changes to the panels I work with.Then I shut down my computer and next time go to use FS Panel Studio the same as I stated above it happens all over again! I have tried to fine solutions on  Simforms but no luck! can you help? I had this same computer for many years now and have made many upgrades to hard ware and software, from windows xp thou windows 10. I do not under stand why FS Panel Studio is the only program that was Effected?
I have a lot of programs that I’ve bought, some even long before I bought FS Panel Studio that still
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Windows Vista and Windows 7/8/10

Windows 7, Windows 8.X/10 and Windows Vista use UAC (User Account Control), which creates problems when a regular (not-Administrator) user attempts to edit Microsoft Flight Sim files installed in the default "C:\Program Files" folder.

The quick solution is to right click on fsps.exe in Windows Explorer, and select "Run As Administrator".

We recommend the following two pages for more detailed information on how to work around these and similar problems with all of your FS add-ons in Windows Vista, 7, and 8.X:

http://www.reality-xp.com/support/knowledgebase/vista.html
http://www.flight1.com/view.asp?page=vista
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Yes it worked. Thank you
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