Windows 10: Using "removing file properties" does not remove them.

Discus and support Using "removing file properties" does not remove them. in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; Hello, Before updating to the 1083 build If I right clicked and removed image file properties, it would create a copy with just the size and pixel... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by Texez, Nov 18, 2018.

  1. Texez Win User

    Using "removing file properties" does not remove them.


    Hello,


    Before updating to the 1083 build If I right clicked and removed image file properties, it would create a copy with just the size and pixel amount. Now when I attempt to remove properties, there is a copy created with my desktop info and file directory location still in the properties. This happens with .PNG files created with the Snip tool.


    Is this a known thing, an error, or something simple I'm missing?


    Prior builds would remove this information.

    Thanks for the help

    :)
     
    Texez, Nov 18, 2018
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  2. Vesao Win User

    Remove account


    I suggest you backup your personalized files first before removing the account.
    To delete an account, follow these steps:
    1. Press WIN + X keys and click Command Prompt (Admin) from the menu.
    2. Type the following command and press Enter. Replace test with the name of your sister's account. Code:
      Code:
      net user test /del
     
    Vesao, Nov 18, 2018
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  3. w0000992 Win User
    How do you remove the properties of a file?

    What do you mean by "Disable the Preview pane"? I changed from thumbnail view to list view, but com surrogate is still the app that starts when I select file properties.

    Note: we're trying to remove attributes, not delete the file.
     
    w0000992, Nov 18, 2018
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  4. Using "removing file properties" does not remove them.

    You need permission to perform this action when removing file properties.

    Hi.

    There are numerous reasons why this issue happens. For us to better understand your issue, we would like to ask these questions:

    • When you tried to remove file properties on a non-.mkv and non-.avi files, what are the results? It is better if you'll be sending to us a screenshot.
    • Which error message have you encountered? Kindly send to us a screenshot too.
    • Which troubleshooting steps have you done so far?

    We look forward for your response.
     
    Janeane Cru, Nov 18, 2018
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