Ever since a few months ago when I updated to the latest version of InDesign, I have been entirely unable to get the software to launch. When I try, it checks my system (Windows 10 1903) and determines that it's not compatible:
> Adobe InDesign requires Windows 10 or later (Note: Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 version 1507, Windows 10 version 1511, Windows 10 1703, Windows 10 version 1709 and Windows 10 version 1803 are not supported)
I have tried rebooting, reinstalling InDesign, installing older versions of InDesign, and signing completely out of Creative Cloud. Nothing changes this message.
The only thing I can think of that might be causing the issue is the "custom" Windows image I use, which is just Windows 10 Enterprise Edition renamed to include the name of the PC service company that installed it (WINDOWS.10.1903.FIXFASTPC.BASEIMAGE). I suspect that a recent change to InDesign is being overly picky about the exact spelling of the version name and mistakenly identifying my OS as something other than the compatible version that it is.
I'm going to attempt to change the version name to something normal and see if that fixes it. If not, then I would hope that Adobe's software engineers can modify InDesign so that it no longer returns this error falsely.