Windows 10: Three versions of 'Desktop'?
Three versions of 'Desktop'?
In the following screenshot I've shown the three versions of the entity called 'Desktop' on my PC.
On the left is the one I rarely see or use, I suppose you'd call it the 'classic' desktop, displayed when you use Win + M to minimise everything (or other routes), with 'Show desktop icons' enabled.
On the right is what I see when I use Taskbar > Right-click > Toolbars > Desktop. The one I use the most.
In the middle is the folder that appears when I open 'Desktop' via this route:
What am I missing here? Why do they not have have identical content?
I've also posted in http://www.windows10forums.com/threa...desktop.11419/
Terry, East Grinstead, UK
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