Using a desktop computer built in 2011, running Windows 10. I keep everything up to date. I keep logging into this machine and am greeted with an error from 1Password: "Your 1Password folder is in use or is read-only. Check the permissions of the 1Password directory and close other programs that may be using that folder."
From a recent Windows 10 update, I was prompted that I could now change my user name in Windows. I'd be surprised if this wasn't related to my problem with 1Password, but this is the only thing that seems to be acting up throughout the whole system. I'm sorry for the vagueness, this was days ago as well, and I don't recall the exact verbiage or where/what I changed at a glance, but can look into further if it seems relevant.
This has been going on for a couple of weeks. I think it was late last week or over the weekend, I spent some time attempting to resolve, including downloading the latest Windows installer and running it (similar error). I found an article on this forum I believe, that had me remove a folder from AppData> Local, thought I couldn't remove everything, I believe because of permissions related to this overall problem. When I ran a fresh download of the installer, I was able to install, launch, check for updates, and everything seemed fine until today when I logged in.
1Password Version: 7.4.758
Extension Version: 220.127.116.11
OS Version: Windows 10 Pro v1909
Sync Type: 1Password?