Does Windows 10 come with photo editor?

What’s the first thing we should do with Windows 10? It would be a bad idea to create a separate image editor and a folder containing all the apps we use. The default setup only stores some apps. The easiest way is create a folder that contains all the apps that we use.

Then, open your file explorer by double-clicking on it. Find the shortcut you created in the previous question and right-click with the mouse.

Here is a picture which shows folder layout and which apps I have:

On the first tab, you can find a shortcut called “Task Manager” where you can open or uninstall apps. On the second tab, you will find the “Windows Store” and a folder with all the apps you have installed.

After creating a folder that contains all your apps, make sure the folders don’t overlap. I created two such folders:

Documents folder for my Windows Media Player, for example,

for my Windows Media Player, for example, Music folder for my “Microsoft Surface Book”, for example.

When you uninstall your apps, the Windows Store will automatically move them to the folder.

You can also use PowerShell or the registry to manage it.

How do I find my apps in Windows 10 for the first time?

It’s easier if there is a folder in “Documents”, and you can find your apps there. It can be in the following order:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Apps\*.exe

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows\Application Experience\*.exe

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows\Mstscfg\*.exe

What should I do if I have a backup of my files?

First of all, restore your data. After I lost my USB drive, I had access only to my desktop and printer. Now, I had all my documents in “C:\Users\{user}\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files”. I couldn’t restore back to original folder “Documents”.

There is another folder:

C:\Users\{user}\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\%SystemDrive%\Users\{user}\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files

Then restore your data.

So, the first thing I should do is to open Registry Editor and find “WindowsFolderCacheBinding” and make an entry for