Well, if EmEditor crashes, it is an EmEditor problem :)

(I guess it could be a plugin problem, too, but I am only using the plugins installed by default with EmEditor.)

APPCRASH is just Microsoft’s code word, it doesn’t mean anything very specific. There is a very specific code: 005, which in Windows is “access denied”. It could be that an unhandled exception caused by this error is crashing EmEditor. Whatever the reason, it does look like an uncaught exception in EmEditor code.

Meanwhile, I have discovered yet another reliable method to crash EmEditor:

Right-click empty space in the menu bar -> click “Customize menus”. When the dialog box shows up, click OK. Crash!

This is the latest version of EmEditor on Win7 32-bit, the system is running smoothly otherwise.