I used to have a stand alone editor by Macrosystems, but it it broke and the company didn't support it. So I used Windows Movie Maker, but when Windows shut down XP I lost Movie Maker (as well as every other software program I owned). That pretty much ended my video hobby. That was back in 2014. I'd like to try editing video again but I'm having trouble finding software programs that don't require semesters in college to learn. I went to Wondershare Filmora and downloaded the free trial version but when I try to open it, I got text saying the software is already on my computer and askes if I want to overwrite it. Then I went to the Wondershare website but it is not possible to ask questions or contact anyone (They are a Chinese company). So I found a video tutorial on it, but the tutorial assumes the viewer already knows a lot about the program. Can anybody suggest a basic, easy, not complicated editing software program that can be understood by a person who is not a professional editor or a Microsoft engineer? A program that downloads correctly and will open on my computer (which runs Windows 10). Possibly even with real customer support by real people? Any help will be appreciated, and thank you!