After a boot up, under a limited user account, the Windows "system32" folder opens.
I was told this could be due to an uninstalled program component trying to load. Then instructed to check the startup services and uncheck anything that I didn't want running.
The folder started to appear after I reinstalled my printer, as I was having trouble with the printer spooler. (Somehow the printer spool became disabled - so under services> automatic then reinstalled the printer.)
I would like to stop the Windows "system32" folder from appearing after boot up.
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