Home Forums Windows Help I can no longer move one Folder into another Forum Rules | Contact Forum Editor | Report a Post I can no longer move one Folder into another wee eddie 22:58 13 Mar 2018 Locked See this Dropbox Screenshot Click here It says that the contents are open in another program, even after I have rebooted the PC. I am running Windows 10 1]: [click here Gordon Freeman 10:13 14 Mar 2018 Could it be a problem connected with your 'My Porn' folder? :) wee eddie 10:48 14 Mar 2018 Well spotted but I would doubt it wee eddie 11:48 14 Mar 2018 Murphy's Law being what it is, about 20 minutes ago, it cured itself. However, I shall leave the thread open. Just in case someone knows what caused it. As far as I can comprehend, my PC thought that Word and Access Files, that I had been working on, remained open even though I had closed them in the normal manner. Even a couple of reboots of the PC were insufficient to persuade it that it was incorrect alanrwood 12:30 14 Mar 2018 It was not in process of doing the Monthly Win 10 MS updates as there were updates for MS Office programs wee eddie 13:08 14 Mar 2018 I installed the Updates last night. When I tried to move the Folders, first thing this morning, nothing had changed. However, just after 11.30, I tried again, and they transferred into their new homes with no problem wee eddie 22:29 15 Mar 2018 Oh woe is me! It's back. Seemed to work OK for a while, then I tried to change the Title of one of the Folders and a pop-up said that I couldn't because a Folder or File is open, when there is nothing in that Folder that has been opened in ages Gordon Freeman 09:12 16 Mar 2018 It's not got anything to do with any back-ups running, such as your NAS or other, has it? Might be worth checking. I had a similar problem the other day with a USB pen drive which wouldn't eject as it was being used by 'another program'. Nothing else was running at the time [excel, word etc.]. I found out it was because of my NAS doing a scheduled back-up. wee eddie 09:45 16 Mar 2018 That's an idea. I've had problems with my back-up software lately. I shall turn off the NAS Drive and report back This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.