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I understand the inconvenience you are facing in accessing files/ folders in Windows 10. We will help you to resolve this issue.
I suggest you to follow the below steps to provide permission to the folder and check if that helps.
Use the following procedure to fix this as long as you don't reboot your machine:
Sign-in as an administrator on your computer.
Navigate to the folder where you're having the problem. Right-click and select
Properties from the pop-up menu.
Under Properties | Security tab, click the
Advanced button, then click "Change" owner on the
Advanced Security Settings dialog (if you are already the owner, do this step anyway!), and in the resulting dialog enter whatever you want the owner to be
Now a new check-box appears labeled "Replace owner on sub-containers and objects"; check it.
Also check the box at the bottom "Replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries from this object."
Make sure under the Permission entries grid that your current account has Full control (if not Edit or Add your account to be listed with foll control). Finally hit
Apply. This may take a while.
I was logged in as adminisrator, I have 4 user accounts on my pc. I have has this problem since I have tried to delete a file that I do not own by default but changed the ownership of it and its contents. No, it happens with a file that I do not own by
default but changed the ownership of it and its contents.
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