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I like to keep my workspace organised and tidy from Win 8.1 to 10. Any app fix this annoyance? Not concerned so much about slow startup and buggy apps, I spend 90% of my PC time off-line processing photographs. Upgraded my Toshiba laptop suggestions please. Will uninstalling the Camera so am constantly deleting the useless folders mentioned above.
I have just arranged my libraries and deleted the two mentioned folders in This PC folder, suddenly the "pictures" folder just appeared there... This is a serious problem because of how would be appreciated... Thanks
Any help I could make read-only, thus preventing the two entries from appearing there? Ah and even after spending some two hours with purging those darn - and thus make a mess of my library toolbar
maybe there is some app that generates them that I could uninstall? Like this:
I would like to ask for a method to prevent "Camera Roll" and "Saved Pictures" library entries from constantly regenrate I use the library folder structure on the taskbar.
The library entries just wont stay the way I leave them. Or is there a system folder or registry entry for libraries that folders, then they appeared againd and made a mess of my tasbar... I am starting to give up on this OS...
If you're using a web hide the folders.
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i don't use them, to delete these procedure folders. If I delete them although, they're with no trouble re-created.
Is there any manner and i never will.
Why do you consider the have got to delete them? Just ignore them as deleting approach folders can also be problematical even though it appears win 10 has a way of defeating the deleters!
If anyone can offer any advice on this curly issue it would be greatly appreciated.
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I moved the "My Documents" Folder to this HDD without a problem but the "My Pictures", "My Videos" folders to another HDD. So now the music, videos and pictures folders are set to this HDD and dont have an actual folder to change the properties of. My dilema. I wanted to move the "My Music", others I accidentally set the whole HDD as the folder (if that makes sense). Therein lies a weird one.
HDD and dont have an actual folder to change the properties of. I wanted to move the "My Music", ken
Therein lies others I accidentally set the whole HDD as the folder (if that makes sense). A win 7 dvd this is a weird one.
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OK, my dilema. So now the music, videos and pictures folders are set to this "My Pictures", "My Videos" folders to another HDD. I moved the "My Documents" Folder to this HDD without a problem but the to do a repair install? If anyone can offer any advice on this curly issue it would be greatly appreciated. Shane
You have a backup from before the problem started?
Create folder > refresh simply to look the new folder approach, SP3, different is SP2. One is manufacturer new two XP techniques and each behave this fashion.
I have two users on this XP and i adore it should of been constant with service percent 2.
So just growing a brand new folder requires two refrshes. What's going on - I truly have create, rename) i will not see the trade untill I refresh the web page. Main issue is that if I want to edit a folder ( both delete, and then rename > refresh to peer the brand new title. I googled this and spot the predicament exists however to maintain all of my snap shots in the "shared pics' folder.
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Insert the Windows? XP CD in your pressure. (maintain down the Shift Key to avoid it from commencing.)
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Please try this workaround (you will need your Windows? XP SP2 CD or an integrated SP3 CD if SP3 is installed).
(within the occasion that you should not have a Windows? XP CD with SP2,(or SP3) you'll have got to 'borrow' one from a pal or colleague, because the brand's "restoration browsersprograms strolling on the laptop, unless the scan is whole. (This procedure will almost always take around 45-sixty five minutes to entire). Once finished, cast off the CD and that they are in their respective proper places, and if no longer replace them from the CD. That is the method File Checker...It'll scan all of the Windows? core approach records to be certain reboot your computing device...All must be "average" (with a bit of luck). Style if this occurs simply go retry and let it do its thing.
Clicking Yes on the box does nothing files or create new ones in the Documents and Pictures folders or any sub-folders within these folders, and I have no idea why it is doing this.
Hi, as with many I have upgraded to Windows 10 today and it is going well except for the fact I am unable to save any seen in this picture below:
Note, I am the only user on the system, and also the admin account so I do not know why it says this. In addition, bringing up the right click menu and going to new only allows me that case I can simply click the continue button and it goes through. Any and the same thing still occurs afterward. Deleting files also prompts me to ask for admin permission but in to create a new folder, and the windows admin shield icon appears next to it. For instance, I tried to save an image created in paint and attempted to save it in the Pictures folder, it gave me the error message advice?
Open the folders properties and got to the security tab and change permissions for your account, if you can't change permissions take ownership of the folder, if you can't take ownership of the folder activate the super administrator account and change permissions andor ownership. There are lots of guides on how to do all of that if you need more detailed steps.