I have just acquired a new PC with W10 preinstalled, V 1607. It has a 125GB SSD and a 1TB sata HDD. In order to not waste space on the SSD I have attempted to move some of the user folders to the Sata drive using instructions found on the internet. I created a new user folder on this drive and then commenced the process of moving the content from the SSD. I did this by right clicking on the folder, going to the properties and selected the location tab and then followed the move option therein. The first folder I tried to move was "contacts". This has had 2 effects, firstly it has deleted the user folder on the SSD (lets call the user Fred) and also the new folder Fred on the Sata. Secondly the Fred "contacts" folder has reappeared within users on the SSD and all the other contents of the Fred user folder such as documents, pictures music etc are now within this "contacts" folder. There is no sign of the orginal user name Fred within the user folders.
I have tried going back to a restore point to correct the problem but restore failed.
Anyone had this problem before and any suggestions for a fix.
I suspect this may be an ongoing problem for some people who buy new PC's with this configuration and are not aware of the implications of having an SSD plus Sata.