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How To Delete Camera Roll Saved Pictures Folders On Windows 10

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What is meant by camera roll and saved pictures folder on Windows 10?

The automatic created folders on windows 10 where the captured photos and videos are saved is known as camera roll and saved pictures folders. The Camera Roll folder is using to stores photos and videos too. photos app takes over on it so actually it means camera roll and saved pictures and also indicates as most annoying folder in existence.

If in case of not using the camera or photos app then camera roll and saved pictures folders auto sits empty within picture library.it is actually nuisance, isn’t it? You might think you can remove these folders like you would any other-rightclick and select Delete. While it only works temporarily but the two folders will reappear automatically after few minutes or time it can depends upon your computer. So, it is essential bit more process to work permanently remove of these folders or you can also hide or move somewhere if you need less time solutions.

How to move the Camera Roll and Saved Pictures Folders windows 10?

Perspective of default the two folders (Camera Roll and Saved Folders) are easily movable folders. You need to tackle each and every folder in turn then click right for selection of folder and check properties by clicking properties option. Then switch to location tab.

Here we are going to demonstrate how we can move these files and folders.

Here there’s a field where you can enter the folder path of where you want the folder to be moved to. First of all you need to know the path where to move if you don’t know then clock on move and navigate inside your destination folder and click select then it will be asked for the confirmation press OK. Now, return to the screen and press restore default and again click on ok in case of regaining of those pictures. The simple way to copy and paste mechanism you can press CTRL+X and CTRL+V respectively into file manager or file explorer.

Hide the Camera Roll and Saved Pictures Folders windows 10

If you want to make folders private and want to hide the folders then you can follow these certain process to give privacy to your folders. To do this , you can highlight both folders or hold down with CTRL as you click each respectively and on the ribbon make it visible by clicking view tab. Then automatically it will display SHOW/HIDE options and need to click Hide selected item.How to Delete Camera Roll and Saved Pictures in Windows 10?

The new operating system of windows doesn’t let you to delete saved pictures and Camera Roll folers from your PC in any way because all apps are associated with the photo app and camera app respectively. Therefore one of the finest way to remove folders permanently is to uninstall photo and camera app. However, the app cannot be uninstalled via Control panel or start menu. It is done via powercell so follow these steps to make it as work out:

  • Click on the start menu.
  • The search bar will appear and input POWECELL as a keyword.
  • Right-click on the option from the result list and select Run as Administrator.
  • Click the yes button when User Account Control Prompt appears
  • Copy the lines mentioned below and then paste them into the Power Shell window and hit the enter key to install the camera app.
  • Get-AppxPackage *windowscamera* | Remove-AppxPackage
  • Copy and paste the following line and press Enter to uninstall the Photos app:
  • Get-AppxPackage *photos* | Remove-AppxPackage
  • Close the PowerShell (Admin) window.

Note : In this whole process you need to keep one thing in mind that it only works only on the Camera and Photos apps but also every other Windows application that you previously uninstalled.

ICT BYTE hopes our guidelines helps you to find solutions. If you have queries about this content please comment on the below section.

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