Got the upgrade to Windows 10 done successfully, but now when I use it, I have all sorts of messages from my applications that I don't have the right permission to access a data file, or I have to be an administrator (which I was in 8.1). I can't even write to drive C. Is there some major change from 8.1 to Windows 10 that is preventing me from accessing my own files, from opening data files or writing files?
Example - trying to open Outlook, I was told I didn't have the right permission to open the *.pst file. Then in Quicken, I was told I didn't have the right permission to open my data file, did I want to make a copy and open it from a different place (?). Just a couple examples of where the applications are hitting roadblocks based on my permissions - never had that in Windows 8.1, I had access to everything.
I have tried changing permissions on a folder basis, a file basis and also changing permissions in groups. It looks like this version is trying to force you to have a separate administrator account and a separate user account, but since I am the only one using the files and apps, I have been "both" as administrator. I can foresee hours and hours of fixing files, there was no warning on this.
Is there a simple top level fix?