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Have you had this experience with Windows 10?

Have you had this experience with Windows 10?

Have you had this experience with Windows 10?

I have an application (C6.1 legacy) that has been running trouble free for many years but now, and only now with Windows 10 it stops responding on the browse's Add/Update window. It only seems to occur if the Add/Update window is left open and not in use for a period of time.

Its as if the window just goes to sleep and the whole program stops responding (no error messages)?

I ran a test on Windows XP and there were no problems even after having the Add/Update window open for 24 hours!

Has anyone got any idea's as to what is happening here or where I could get some help to find a solution?

One thing I have done was to add a CLOCK() to the Add/Update window with the idea of keeping the window interacting with Windows which seems to work but needs further testing.


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