Paint Shop Pro X3 just does this when you try and run it under Windows 10 :
Looking online I found that the x3 was not compatible so the time had come to upgrade. Thankfully Amazon have the very latest version of Paint Shop Pro and it was listed as compatible with Windows 8.1 but didn't mention Windows 10 but thankfully someone had asked the question if it worked on version 10 and it did.
When I bought PSP X7 it cost £39.95 but I notice now its only £33.99 !
By the way Corel® PaintShop® Pro X8 came out on 19 August 2015 So it may come down in price even more as they will want you to get the X8 version, if you just want to get up and running with Windows 10 then go for the X7 version. See Amazon links below for latest prices...
The new version X8 came out on 19th August:
When you install the software you have two icons, one for 32bit and one for 64bit.
Here is the splash screen on my version of Paint Shop Pro X7 running on Windows 7 64Bit.
|My Paint Shop Pro X7 running on Windows 10 64bit.|
If you already have a non functioning older version of Paint Shop Pro on your Windows 10 PC then you need to uninstall it first.
In Windows 10 goto the Start Button, Click Settings, click on the System icon "Display, notifications, App, power", then Apps & features then scroll down to Corel PaintShop Pro X3, click it and am uninstall button will appear like this :
Click that and it will then start the uninstall process which rather bizarrely looks like the Install process :
Once its removed you can install PSP X7.
Once installed you can update the software so it supports the latest cameras by downloading the latest service patch. At the moment of writing the latest one came out in May:
Paint Shop Pro Update Patches.
I have been using version X7 for a week now and it seems pretty stable on Windows 10 64 bit.
Hope this helps you get your editing situation back up and running.