Windows 10: Prevent Accidental Deletion Solved


  1. Posts : 447
    Windows 10.0.14393 (1607) Home 64-bit
       20 Dec 2015 #1

    Prevent Accidental Deletion


    What's the easiest way to protect a file from accidental deletion? I'm looking for something similar to setting "Read-only" in Properties.
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  2. Posts : 447
    Windows 10.0.14393 (1607) Home 64-bit
    Thread Starter
       20 Dec 2015 #2

    Umm, never mind. Shortly after posting, I searched the Internet one more time, and I found instructions for either W7 or W8, and they were close enough. I forgot exactly what some of the things I clicked were called, but if anyone wants to know, I'll find the exact steps and post them.
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