Windows 10: manage "desktop" view in file explorer
manage "desktop" view in file explorer
there is a program that I removed using the company's remover tool -- the program is adobe creative cloud 2015 -- and in windows file explorer, when I enter the "desktop" view, there is a white, blank file icon that bears the name "creative cloud files".
this icon has no properties and no apparent way to delete it.
what to do?
never mind, I rolled back my computer previous to installation of the very annoying creative cloud, which puts its icons all over the place without asking and without any way to remove them
Last edited by shmu26; 30 Nov 2015 at 13:52.
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