I am set up as only user and administrator. The way it's set up, I have no separate way of logging into administrator alone. It asks for a password and I never set up one. I marked this thread "solved" too early. Five or ten minutes later I clicked the wrong setting and my "new classic start menu" changed back to the old buggy start menu for Windows 7, and I couldn't figure out how to get it back. Uninstalling and re-installing it didn't help. Also other weird things started happening like the mouse moving on it's own which may or may not have been related to the fact that the "classic start menu" is still a beta version. Anywho, I ended up doing a system restore to the point before we started attempting to change the registry. The initial bug that I have pointed out is only academic. I never use the Windows library and am not much interested in learning how. I have been accustomed to making my own desktop shortcuts for things like pictures and videos. I'm losing interest in trying to fix something that shouldn't have to be fixed and shouldn't have happened in the first place. It's only one of a hundred things that's wrong with every OS and every application I have ever used. Thankfully, we don't have to use code for every change that we make like we do in Linux. I gave up Linux a few years back. They say Apples are better than PC's but I can't afford paying $2000 plus and then have to learn still another new OS which I'm sure has bugs of its own. Thanks for trying.