Whenever I try to edit or add any file within the WindowsApps folder, I get this error message:
I've gone to Properties like all the online tutorials and YouTube videos said, changed the ownership to 'Everyone', gave Everyone full control, checked off "Replace owner on subcontainers and objects", checked off "replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries from this object", and deselected the "read-Only" tickbox. None of them do anything. I would have resorted to blatantly taking ownership of the C:\ directory with the command
takeown /f "c:" /r
but after running it for an hour, it hadn't even gotten to the Program Files folder. And I didn't really feel comfortable with all my System32 files becoming insecure.
I'm running Windows 10 on a Lenovo laptor with a 64bit OS. All I want to do is edit a file in the WindowsApps folder! Isn't there a simple way to go about it? It's been really frustrating, as I've been at this for the past few days. Please help!