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Windows 10 x64 «PortableApps.com Launcher» problem

Hi everyone, and sorry for my English please. I'm from Russia.
I got some trouble with my own-created portable apps on Windows 10 x64.
Every program I created on Windows 8.1 x64 run with no problem and troubles on real and virtual Windows 7/8.1 x86/x64.
But when I try to launch my own portable apps on Windows 10 TP x64, I have nothing. Programs not starting.
When I launch my AppNamePortable.exe all I can see is just a new folder Data and nothing else. No errors, no warnings. Just nothing except Data folder with data inside.

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Yes, I tried to compile AppNamePortable.exe on Windows 10.
Yes, I tried to launch with administration rights on Windows 10.
Yes, every portable apps from PortableApps.com launching perfectly on Windows 10.
Yes, every NSIS apps from third-party developers launching perfectly on Windows 10.

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Need To Know The App

Likely, it's something specific to this particular app and the way it works on Windows 10... or perhaps the app itself doesn't work properly on Windows 10. So, we'd need to know the app and have copies of your code and launcher to assist much.

As a general rule, anything that works on Windows 8.1 works on Windows 10 and we test apps, tools (launcher, installer, etc), and the platform on Windows 10 currently.

Sometimes, the impossible can become possible, if you're awesome!

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Thank you.

Thank you.
Never thought about specific files on Windows 10.
Maybe I should try something easy before draw conclusions.
I made Audition CC and Photoshop CC, but now I think, I have to try something more simple.

Update:
Yes, it works. Simple app is working.
Hm... That means Adobe need some more files for success launch on Windows 10.
Thanks for help and idea!

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Illegal

Adobe's TOS do not permit repackaging of their applications.

Specifically, doing so violates section 5.2e in the Adobe General Terms of Use, and section 1.1 in the Software Terms to the Adobe General Terms of Use.

Be aware that we will not provide support to you in doing so.

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I got it. Thanks.

Alright, thank you.

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