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Janus for Windows 10.

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I have upgraded my computer to Windows 10, but can't now gain access to my Janus 4.3 software. Is there a download for Windows 10?

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According to the information presented on the official website, you can install the application on Windows 95, 98, Me, XP, Vista, 7, and Windows 8.

As you can see, there is no Windows 10 compatibility. You might have to wait until the developers release a compatible version for Windows 10. Additionally, try launching the application in Compatibility Mode. Right click it and then go to Properties > Compatibility and choose an operating system from the ones mentioned above.

For additional options, contact the developers of the application using: https://astrology-house.com/janus_Findex.cfm

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DO THE SAME LIKE HERE I HAVE DONE IT AND IT WORKS ON WINDOWS 10
"Run time Error 75" message

When I start Janus 4.3 I get a "run time error 75 path/file access error."
How can I fix this?

This error is caused by not correctly creating the c:\tempast0 folder and setting the Windows permissions for the c:\tempast0 folder and the c:\Program Files\Janus4 folder on Windows Vista and Windows 7.

To fix this:

Start Windows Explorer (go Start > Computer.)
Create the folder - c:\tempast0
Under Folders, right-click System (C:), select New > Folder.
Change the new folder name to tempast0
The last digit "0" is a zero.
Set Permissions - c:\tempast0 folder
Right-click the tempast0 folder and select properties.
Select Security tab.
Under Group or user name, select Users (Owner-PC\Users).
Click the Edit button.
Under Group or user names, select Users (Owner-PC\Users).
In the permissions for users selection, click the Allow Full Control check box. Click OK, then OK.
c:\Program Files\Janus4 folder
Under System (C:) click the > symbol beside Program Files
Right-click the Janus4 folder and select properties.
Select Security tab.
Under Group or user name, select Users (Owner-PC\Users).
Click the Edit button.
Under Group or user names, select Users (Owner-PC\Users).
In the permissions for users selection, click the Allow Full Control checkbox. Click OK, then OK.
Close the Folders and Files window.
Restart your computer (Go Start > Restart)
Janus 4 is now ready to use.
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