I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the correct forum. I recently had an SSD installed in my desktop PC. I installed the latest Win 10 update on that drive, so I use it for Windows and software programs. The drive that used to be my C drive is now renamed as an E drive, and I use it to keep files such as video, photos, music, etc.
Since then, I've had 2 problems which I don't believe are related to each other, but I can't seem to determine what I need to do to fix either of them.
1st problem - when I right-click on a file, the context menu that comes up is not what it used to be. The send to option only shows the 2 DVD drives, not things like "send to desktop, create shortcut." How do I find out how to fix this.
2nd problem - the programs that I use to convert video file formats continually shows error in the conversion process, and ImgBurn shows errors when I attempt to burn the converted files. The conversion programs are VSO programs, which I've used for years and never had these issues.
Is there something related to Win 10 settings or corrupted files in Windows?