I have no idea how, nor when this happened, and it's started to really quite annoy me.
When navigating through Explorer, by clicking on Icons I have
C:\Users\Samuel\Desktop (Icon is the blue special Desktop icon), which contains the items I see on my Desktop.
I then have the following folder:
C:\Users\Samuel\Desktop (Icon is the standard yellow folder icon), which contains many program shortcuts, and is completely separate from the other
Then in the Yellow Icon Desktop I have the sub-folder Desktop with the blue icon that is a direct mirror of the blue
C:\Users\Samuel\Desktop folder (as in a new folder / file shows up in both).
In explorer when I directly type
I am taken to the Yellow folder version.
If I go to
I am taken to the Blue folder version.
takes me to the Yellow folder version
takes me to the blue folder version.
How on earth can I get rid of the yellow folder version leaving the blue C:\Users\Samuel\Desktop. I can't delete either as it says they're in use.
Ok, so it looks like doing a
cmd lists only one Desktop folder - the Yellow one.
In addition, it looks like I can't delete either of them (given that they both contain my 'Desktop'