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There are times when instead of scrolling vertically in file explorer I accidentally move a folder to within another folder. Great! It happens so quick I don't know which folder was moved and this means I just screwed up an application installation.
Is there a way to undo this operation? Or someway to disable moving of folders by default?
Using Windows 7.