I don't wanna see what happens! It might screw up the whole computer! Is there any other way to fix it?
I have no idea, but that's how we learn.
If you set the window options to show invisibles can you see the Windows folder in there? Maybe it got moved accidentally, or maybe it's just a copy. Without having any details as to what went on before it's hard to say.
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Usually when this happens the recycle bin directory is corrupted, or there is a piece of spyware in there. Empty the bin (you'll get an error), then reboot the machine in safe mode. Empty the bin then if it's not empty, and reboot into regular mode. Should take care of it.
Regular user can't move the windows folder to the trash anyway.
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If so you can test your RAM. Go here and click Free Downloads to download an ISO to boot off of to test your RAM. Unzip it then you can burn the ISO to a CD on OS X using Disk Utility, or on Windows if you have burning software installed.
You'll have to Google to find out how to get to the boot menu to boot from the CD if it doesn't automatically do it.
That's the first place I'd start anyway if it does it in random programs.
Since you are only a day or so into a fresh system, maybe reinstall again? But take it slow in modifying anything. Do the updates required but don't go adding any modifications to the interface, wall paper, cursors or whatever. Run the stock system for a few days (not hours) and see how it goes. Of course you'll need to download Flash and stuff like that, but be careful what you add on, only essentials, if in doubt ask.
Download Firefox only and use it.
If it still acts weird from a clean system then you need to trouble shoot the hardware, starting with RAM.
If you do reinstall start a new thread for it, this one's getting long.
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