Windows 10: Modifying any folder called "include" crashes explorer.exe

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    Windows 10 Home x64
       22 Aug 2015 #1

    Modifying any folder called "include" crashes explorer.exe

    This problem didn't happen to me before upgrading from Windows 8. If I'm deleting, copying or moving a folder called "include", explorer.exe closes itself and reopens after a few seconds. If I'm only opening the folder, the green progress bar moves very slowly and stops at about 99.9% even if the folder doesn't contain anything heavy. Originally explorer.exe crashed even if I was opening the folder but I found a thread where disabling Windows error reporting fixed the problem. For me it didn't, just changed it a little bit. Information about my OS and computer is available at my profile.
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    Windows 10 Pro (64Bit)
       22 Aug 2015 #2

    What OS are you running?
    If you are running Windows 10 then you could try to do a System Restore to right after you installed Windows
    or use the "Go Back" Option to revert back to Windows 8 and then re-upgrade. It is something you can try and it might work
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