@dulce-gd Conceivably you have anti-virus software running that incorrectly identifies Notepad++ or some of the optional software (Python?) as “trojan”. The difference from a trojan will be that you can un-install Notepad++.
Except when the uninstall program is the part that’s being shown - rightly or wrongly - as the trojan.
And it’s happened before now that hackers have taken Notepad++ - or other publicly available software - and have created their own evil copy of it, that installs malicious software. And installs Notepad++ hopefully but even so, that’s not a good thing to happen.
Taking a position about Ukraine could make this more likely.
TL;DR - “remove”, un-install, the Notepad++ software. If that comes out better - then it probably wasn’t trojan. Trojan software sticks.
So then, discreetly share details of the detection with our host, or with your malware detection provider.