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Moving 'My Documents' Folder; Strange Results
Windows 7: Moving 'My Documents' folder; strange results Page 1 of 5 1 23 > Last » 15 Dec 2014 #1 colt Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 36 posts February 3, 2010 Todd Corson Well, I figured I'd write something here to balance the comments out a little bit… I think the Libraries feature is very handy and it's a DID YOU KNOW?The Vulcan nerve pinch was improvised by Leonard Nimoy when a Star Trek script called for him to punch someone; Nimoy thought a Vulcan wouldn't just slug somebody in the face Should mention that D: is a Truecrypt encrypted partition occupying an entire HDD. http://scientificpages.net/windows-10/moving-libraries.html
It jerks around the Win Explorer screen when I open it. Fortunately, there's a way to avoid all that: just save the file directly from the start. I think Microsoft in general has done a good job in their operating systems of providing multiple options of how to do things so that users can find a method that If you happen to save complete web pages, each one will create its own subfolder, so the system can soon become unwieldy. why not try these out
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For the "problematic" folders, even *.* doesn't return a single result. As a gammer and web developer I'm not interest in XP or IIS 6 and if you haven't noticed ALL new releases of web browsers have advanced functions that are not I don't like the way they organise things, I like to do things my own way and won't be told otherwise.
If I delete a folder, it will update immediately. add a new folder on d:\ to a library, e.g., add d:\My Documents to library 'Documents' 2. Option 1 & 3 fixed the problem for me. Can't Move The Folder Because There Is A Folder In The Same Location That Can't Be Redirected Would love it if someone could explain the logic of what Windows is doing here (e.g., why was there a 'Documents' folder left in c:\users\myName\ with 655 files?) along with the
If so, add them to the favorites list in Windows Explorer. Windows 10 Manage Libraries Windows Explorer lets you order things in different ways, which makes this easier than it sounds. However it seems my 5 GB is still full and my folder on my Mac (iCloud Drive) is empty. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/10283/understanding-the-libraries-feature-in-windows-7/ It seems to be isolated to the refresh on deletions only.
Based on these comments, it sounds like just turning it off and hoping everything is still in iCloud, waiting for re-downloading is a bit unreliable. Change My Documents Location Windows 10 Jeff Willner September 28, 2016 at 7:03 pm Reply Even though I had more than enough space on iCloud, I had tons of problems (and error messages) trying to copy my went into the folder deleted another file and auto update worked. You need to add it to the Documents Library.
Windows 10 Manage Libraries
When saving documents etc, you quite often end up in a folder (library) where you can't even put a shortcut. Now they have upgraded the "My Documents" straitjacket with a super duper "Libraries" facility which appears to work much the same way a maze does. The Folder Can't Be Moved Here Access Is Denied Do you happen to know what I did, and how I can undo it? Windows 10 Move Documents Folder Access Denied I just navigated to c:\users\myName\ Quote: Originally Posted by tblob The library is called "Documents" and the specific default user folder that is usually included in that library is called
We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. this contact form February 25, 2011 bob I keep my own structure (typically by year, then project) for data. Having to do this annoys me to no end and makes me offer a silent curse to Microsoft every time. Indexing status in Control panel is: Indexing complete. 100,000 items indexed. Grant Admin Full Control
I see 6 or so JPGs. This should move your files. Thanks Julian. have a peek here Why do I only find it now?
Then I went to iCloud in Finder to retrieve my desktop and all the folders are there but they're empty. Onedrive Reply Julian says: 11/14/2011 at 13:35 #Giri# You are most welcome! I Click directly on My Documents, and that opens, but before I can click on the folder I want there, Win Explorer has jerked the screen up and set the cursor
February 3, 2010 Quentin Not intending to be negative here, but I still don't get it - what would you actually *use* libraries for?
What!?!?!?! When you turn off the Desktop & Documents Folder feature in iCloud, Sierra recreates empty Desktop and Documents folders in your home folder. Your solution fucking worked. Do you guys also have a file server not on a real Windows Server ? View more comments most viewed The Guardian back to top home UK world sport football opinion culture business lifestyle fashion environment tech selected travel all sections close home UK education media
If that is a concern, you will need to take an extra step. Using Libraries In these examples we’ll take a look at the Documents Library, but the procedures will work for any library you want to add locations to. October 24, 2011 Espen I really don't see how you can not use them. Check This Out Kudos to Apple for at least foreseeing that result and removing the possibility of PHDs and iCloud Desktop and Documents fighting with each other for file sync supremacy.
Paul Coppens October 23, 2016 at 1:03 pm Reply Same problem here.