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For those who are having problems with Photoshop Elements 2018 and haven't been able to rectify them, here's a suggestion. I have an older version of ArcSoft Photo Studio 5.5 on disc so I loaded it and am up and running again with all the tools I need to edit photos. It's quick and easy with none of the glitchy problems inherent in Adobe products. Check out: www.arcsoft.com
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Joanna Michl

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Michel BRETECHER, Champion

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The bug is inherent to Microsoft Windows 10 (1803).
The solution is everywhere and thousands of users have solved the problem in a few minutes.
By the way, the Microsoft bug hit the following Elements versions:  14, 15 and 2018 as well as Photoshop.
Previous versions up to PSE13 will work.
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Joanna Michl

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I understand about the bug and the solution which involves making changes to the registry. However, I prefer to work with a more basic editor such as Photo Studio 5.5. It opens faster and doesn't bombard you with stuff you don't need. I also use Photomatix Pro 6.0. As real estate photographers we don't need a lot of fancy editing tools, just the basic tools for minor touch ups.