After upgrading to Windows 10 I began to have issues with ReadOnly permissions issues in my local users directory. I was also having issue with syncing with OneDrive. After much deliberation I decided to reinstall Windows 10 which then doesn't give me access to restore back to Windows 7 Ultimate.
AFter doing so I still have run into many issues but the main issue I am finding is that All of my files are still in readonly status. I went to the properties of the directory and unchecked the readonly option and applied it. All of my files are now executable but the problem that remains is the Directories are READ ONLY, which means I cannot write a file to any directory.
I do not see a way to change the directory to read-write permissions.
Come on Microsoft why does this **** happen every time you release a new version of Windows? Don't you test all of the scenarios! I am not stuck. I am a freelance web developer and I cannot even do my work. Am I going to have to another operating system?