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Don Price

a year ago

Windows desktop

The Windows 7 desktop was a lot better for me. It had a bunch of useful icons, documents, images, programs etc. right where I could see them. Now the "Desktop" is not what you see when you boot up. Instead there's a bunch of entertainment stuff cluttering up the screen and getting in the way of my getting where I want to do to do the research and writing I want to do. I have to search for "Desktop" and then I see a list of files, not as useful as the icons I used to get right off the bar. Is there any way to put the Windows 7 desktop screen on under Windows 10?