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How to take ownership of files and folders on Windows 10

When you need to modify system files or gain full control over another account's files, use this guide to learn the steps to take ownership of files and folders on Windows 10. Windows 10's file system can be used to to assign permissions to specific groups and users to access files and folders on a computer. When you're signed in to your Windows 10 account, you get full control over the files and folders you create, sometimes you may also need access to other files.
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