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Hello! So today i decided to move my roaming folder using properties. Everything was fine but i saw that the files were in appdata AND the folder where i moved those files so I thought it was ok to delete the folder where i moved them. But after that, my wallpaper turned black and i knew i did something wrong so i restored the file from the recycle bin. I still can t change the wallpaper to the ones that are from windows, but I can still use my desktop, open apps and everything just seems it s ok. So is it safe to restart my pc?
 
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Hello! So today i decided to move my roaming folder using properties. Everything was fine but i saw that the files were in appdata AND the folder where i moved those files so I thought it was ok to delete the folder where i moved them. But after that, my wallpaper turned black and i knew i did something wrong so i restored the file from the recycle bin. I still can t change the wallpaper to the ones that are from windows, but I can still use my desktop, open apps and everything just seems it s ok. So is it safe to restart my pc?
Yes, it is safe to reset your PC (restarting it).
I would recommend doing a System Restore to the last Restore Point. All important files of yours on the Hard Drive should be backed up to an external drive before doing a System Restore.
 
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