Help... I've deleted my Documents folder in Win8. There weren't many files in it, but various programmes have dumped fairly important folders there which now, obviously, can't be accessed. Those folders are currently sitting on my desktop. Unfortunately I can't find a way of restoring the Documents folder to put them back where they were before. Googling tells me the solution should be simple: open Explorer, right click on Libraries and select Restore Libraries option. Unfortunately the Libraries don't appear in my Explorer. I just have This PC, with Desktop, Downloads, Music, Pictures etc underneath. Any ideas? If I go back to a restore point, would that restore the Documents folder?
Thanks Chub_Tor. That works. I should have mentioned the reason why I deleted the Docs folder in the first place. I've been setting up Dropbox and was experimenting with changing the location of the Document folder to Dropbox. The Documents folder is now restored, but it's still obviously acting, effectively, as a Dropbox client. Do you know how I can de-couple them? Sorry for not mentioning before. I thought it was going to be simpler than this.
If this is the Documents library we're talking about then right click it and select properties. There you can add or remove associated folders. Check to see if Dropbox is there. Click it and select remove.