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raspberry pi 3

I recently purchased and have been exploring a Raspberry Pi 3. Of all the ins and outs I'm learning, the one that is, currently, most difficult, is permissions. Some programs I would use for PC to Pi file transfer do not have permissions on the Pi 3. WinSCP is one of them. When I specify using sudo on the command line to open the Pi, opening fails. When I try to transfer files with the default command line to open the Pi, file transfers fail because of lack of permissions.
Is there anything to be done?
Thank you,
Jim Julian