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Wallpaper directory \We\Screen write protected

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    Wallpaper directory \We\Screen write protected

    Should I create my own Wallpaper directory or somehow (not sure how) make this directory writeable since it is set up as read only and cannot be changed easily.


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    Harrisonburg, Va.
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    Windows 8.1.1 Pro with Media Center

    I keep wallpapers & backgrounds in a folder.
    The ones I downloaded.

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    win8.1.1 enterprise

    or as I do ,,just use my own pictures mostly [I do have some I download ], from you picture folder ,lol
    as wallpaper ,current on is a picture taken from my front step,[taken after wet snow storm a few weeks ago ] that changes everyday, snow storm on Wednesday, rain storm last night ,snow flurries this afternoon .ect ect
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    Thank you all, that is what I thought.
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