Windows 10: Homegroup has unwanted, unshared Folders - How to remove?
Homegroup has unwanted, unshared Folders - How to remove?
Although not shared with other PC's in the Homegroup, one PC's Downloads and Desktop folders have curiously shown up in the Homegroup with no apparent way to remove them including leaving the Homegroup and rejoining. The PC in question is running a fully updated Win 10 Pro. The other two are running updated versions of Win 7 Pro and Win 10 Home.
Any ideas how to get rid of these "interlopers"?
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how can I get ride of them?
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