Installed CDX3 then after awhile noticed my apps didn't work. Took me hours to find the answer about the registry keys. In the meantime I uninstalled a bunch of programs that I thought might be the problem, including CDX3.
Fixed the registry keys on Sunday, and a couple of hours ago, reinstalled CDX3. Apps quit working! Eureka! Googled "corel x3 permissions" to find this thread.
Here is the article you need to get back to normal:
I've been looking for the cause of this problem ever since installing 8.1! Microsoft techs even tried to fix it but failed! I bought 8.1 Full Version and created System Restore point after every installation. Only a couple programs I haven't installed
yet and CDX3 is one of them. The other is PCAnywhere 12.1 I don't even use them that much but I will definitely not install CDX3! Thanks for the heads up!
Well, when I go to link (incompatible) I get green sign with message "Compatible" for Windows 8.1. Microsoft should change the rating. It works on Windows 8.1 when one installs it on Windows 8, then performs upgrade. But installation on Windows 8.1 breaks