Updating bios through windows
and although I was extremely careful, this was still a problem that I personally experienced.
I know from my discussions on the Microsoft Community that several other users experienced the same issue, despite taking precautions.
The oldest sub-folders should contain the problematic shortcuts.
Either method will require you to change your computer’s security settings in order to delete the file.
When left-clicked, users are presented with the onscreen message ‘This app can’t open.
Check the Windows Store for more info”, along with a link to the store.
When right-clicked, there is no option to delete the app as you would expect with one of the normal apps – instead you will just see ‘Pin to Start’ and ‘Customise’.
Are horror stories of how Windows 8.1 upgrades went horribly wrong keeping you from upgrading yourself?