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    I'm down to the last thing that I need to address

    I spent a lot of hours doing all the housekeeping windows 10 needed.
    Everything turned out great with the help of you all.
    I'm down to the (POP UP that rely bugs the heck out of me. For most people this is most likely not a big deal.
    But as for me it is the most annoying pop up in windows 10.
    It is very aggravating for me when I'm working on an app and every-time I go to open folder location to check something, then tick OK when I'm done, I get this Pop Up:

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    I've been reading a lot of how too's on getting rid of this annoying pop up.
    I did a search here, there is a lot of information, but so far this is the only way I found that will get rid of it, But I'm not out of the woods yet.

    I can get rid of it by setting this to disable...

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    But when I do then the "luafv" gets blocked...Error... (Some Metro Apps will not function)
    I read some where to change "Start to 4" and the error will disappear.
    But I don't know what metro apps this will effect on a desk top computer if any.

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    Has anyone found a simple solution to get rid of this annoying pop up, that does not effect any other programs...
    I'm the only person that gets on this PC, I don't care it I have to disable every single safety feature to get rid of
    this pop up...
    If anyone resolved this same issue on there computer, Please paste the link ...
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  2.    #2

    I would recommend just moving the UAC slider control down to never notifiy:
    Change User Account Control (UAC) Settings in Windows 10 Windows 10 Security System Tutorials

    Actually, I would not recommend turning off UAC at all....but that's up to you.
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    I did that a long time ago... But the pop up did not go away...
    Thanks for the comeback...
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  4.    #4

    Seems like you have something else interfering with it then. I moved mine to never notify and I can open Command Prompt (Admin), Powershell (Admin), Office Setup, MiniTool Partition Wizard and diskpart without any prompts. That's all I tried.
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  5.    #5

    All that stuff works for me also... I get the pop up on stuff I've installed myself like MediaMonkey for example.
    Don't let the title foul you, it's the best mp3 player software I've found...
    I've run Take ownership, run as admin and pop up still there...
    There is only one account on this pc mine, Administrative account...
    Everything that has ever been downloaded and installed on this pc was done from the Administrative account.
    So there is no reason that I know off, the pop up should me messing with me on stuff I installed myself...
    Last edited by Raner; 03 Jul 2017 at 12:47.
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  6.    #6

    Hey Raner,
    Maybe your account has gotten corrupted. Have you tried creating another Local User Account (Admin) to see if you have the same issue with it?

    Add User Account in Windows 10 Windows 10 User Accounts Tutorials
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    Hi Eagle, I was hoping you were around.
    I hate messing around with accounts on windows 10, They confuse the hell out of me.But if I have to I will.
    That being said, I saw this account on permissions that should not be there.
    I need to remove it from here and the entire pc.
    I also hate messing around with permissions but need to fix this one.
    It is a inheritance account.

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    This is my admin account...

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    I don't know if this is causing any problems, but I know it's not suppose to be there.
    Do you know how to get rid of it...Thanks...
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  8.    #8

    Yea, I here you. I'd hold off on creating the another Local Account. I take it that's not your User Account (doesn't look like it), so we need to find out more about it (see the links below) before messing with it.

    Do you recognize it?
    Did you create it ?
    Is it an old account ?
    Does it still actually exist ?

    A local User Account normally looks this ... example

    View User Account Details in Windows 10 Windows 10 User Accounts Tutorials
    Delete User Account in Windows 10 Windows 10 User Accounts Tutorials
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    I know I created it, but can't remember why or how... As I said I hate messing around with accounts and permissions.
    I think I had a folder left over from windows 7 that I could not deleted so I went in the permissions and accidentally made
    it when I was messing around in there...
    I did some research after I posted. To delete it first I have to remove inheritance. I selected it and I did all the steps but when I saw all the other accounts disappear and a pop up said you are fixing to deplete all privileges. I was not sure it meant for the account I high lighted or for all of the accounts so I did not hit apply, I just hit cancel and backed off...
    I'll take a look at the links you posted, Maniana. I did enough for today...LOL...
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  10.    #10

    Open a Command Prompt as Admin and run the following command. It backs up permissions to file on your desktop.
    icacls "C:\Users\Public\Desktop\*" /save "C:\Users\%USERNAME%\Desktop\public_desktop_acl.txt"

    Note: It's only backing up permissions starting at \Desktop.

    Yea, be very careful with permissions :) You don't want to disable inheritance, unless you know what your doing. Try going up a directory level (c:\Users\Public\Desktop) and seeing if the account is there and can be removed without changing inheritance.
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