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Read-only issue in windows 8,

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    Read-only issue in windows 8,

    Read-only issue in windows 8,

    Im wondering why all files stored in C drive are ready-only by default when the operating system is Windows 8.

    Is there a way to switch all the files on C drive to write format?

    Thank you

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