How to move folder location on desktop in Windows 10

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Your PC desktop is the place where you can save anything from files, folders, applications and shortcuts. The desktop shows all of this, covering the entire screen of your PC that you will see as soon as you log into your Windows 10 operating system. You can then organize the desktop according to your needs.

While all files, folders and shortcuts on your PC are saved in a special location in your user profile, the latest version of Windows 10 stores them in two different locations. The first is stored in C: Users Public Desktop and the other is stored in a unique location under your current user profile:% userprofile% Desktop. You can see a single view of the contents of these two folders on the Windows screen as a desktop.



So yes, if you want to move the location of your personal desktop folder to another folder, you can easily do it. Let's see how.

Solution: Using the desktop properties

Step 1: press the Tasto Windows + R together on the keyboard to open the run box. Just add a (.) in the search box and press Enters.

Step 2: The default folder location on your PC will open. Now, right click on the file Desk folder and select Property give the menu answer.

Step 3: A Desktop Properties select the window Location tab, then under the space where you see your current location, click Move button.



4 phase: Open the Browser on file from where you can select the desired location where you want to move the file Desk folder a. You can create a new folder and move the file Desk in this new folder.

That's it and now the desktop folder location is moved to the desired location on your Windows 10 PC.

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