No, there is no conflict I just want the unused files gone and sadly I needed to have the printer connected to load the software. It was a Brother:
Anyway, I got it figured.
1. Type cmd in Start field -> Right click Command Prompt in Menu that appears and selected Run as Administrator.
2. In Command Window type the following and then hit ENTER:
net user administrator /active:yes
3. Close Command Prompt.
4. Now hold SHIFT+Left Click Start >>Power Options>>Restart.
5. Select Troubleshoot>>Advanced Options>>Command Prompt.
6. Choose an account with Administrator privileges, and type password (may not be one set, if so just hit Enter. System will restart at command prompt.
7. At Command Prompt, type the following and then hit ENTER:
rd /s /Q "Full path of folder"
Where ''Full path of folder' is path of folder and content to be deleted. E.g. for me it was:
rd /s /Q "C:\Program Files (x86)\Brother"
8. Folder has now been deleted, so restart by typing the following and then hit ENTER:
You can consider this one solved. In my fumblings I also attempted to do it via a System Restore but subsequently found out that Microsoft had messed that up in the latest few patches. So I found this way of fixing it. You will need to repeat steps 1-3 of the above instruction and then instruction set number 2 on the following link:
After this you will find that a new C:\Program Files\WindowsApps folder is created and you can delete the WindowsAppsOLD folder by following the same procedure as steps 4 to 8 of the above list in this post.
Hopefully this helps someone one day.
Edited by SomeSon, 10 May 2017 - 10:35 AM.