By default, the Videos folder is seen under ‘This PC’ in Windows 10, but with a few occasions, it somehow gets replaced by ‘Documents’ folder. As such, the truth is no Videos folder under ‘This PC’ but duplicated ‘Documents’ folder. See the image wikidll.com/microsoft/msvbvm50-dll below for more details. Out of the two ‘Documents’ folder, one ‘Document’ folder will contain each of the contents (usual files and subfolders) as the other remains empty. If you happen to go through the Documents icon on your Desktop, nevertheless gets that you the right choice. To fix this and acquire your missing Videos folder within the File Explorer, refer to the instructions given below.
A recent post by Microsofts Gabe Aul was misinterpreted to imply that Windows Insiders running the Windows 10 Insider Preview (IP) could upgrade for the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) version totally free, regardless of whether or otherwise they owned an eligible Windows version. Microsoft subsequently changed the confusing wording and clarified:
Not sure why this prevents coming up – you will find people that will NEVER update their computers to Windows 10 and a few of which have good reasons (drivers, old hardware, old apps, etc…) so I’m pretty sure Microsoft is not going to concern yourself with those people. If you’re running Windows XP or Vista, Windows 10 isn’t inside your plans.
Excellent insight Dan. However, as experienced as you and I are together with numerous others here, we have to donrrrt you have the burden of picking what WE believe is always to stay in the registry. This is what the registry cleaner is tasked to complete. With why not a million new users visiting play each day, what chance are they using trusting any cleaner? My registry can bloat or float, you can forget reg cleaners to me.
There is now the latest way to refresh Windows 10, in fact it is called Fresh Start! Fresh Start in Windows Defender Security Center in Windows 10 v1703 will let you easily reinstall your Windows 10 operating system without removing your computer data & folders, and several settings. Some Windows Store apps could, however, get removed.