Running Windows 7 64 bit. I copied a folder of pictures to this new computer's desk top from a CD, then moved them into my 'Pictures' folder. I now have the old folder on my desk top and cannot delete it because I must have Administrator permissions to delete it, even tho I am logged on as the Administrator. As far as I can tell, even tho I am the Administrator, I cannot delete the folder because the folder's ownership cannot be determined, apparently because it came from an external source, ie the CD, and I am not allowed to take ownership. This is crazy. Who designs an operating system that does not/will not allow the Administrator to run administrative tasks. Am I going to be stuck with this unwanted folder sitting on my desk top in perpetuity.