Microsoft allows user to delete the useless 3D Objects folder from Windows 10 Explorer
The 3D Objects folder is a folder attached to Microsoft when it launched the 3D authoring application. The folder is placed on the home page of the explorer as a top-level folder.
However, for most users, this folder is useless. After all, most users will not use such applications at all and will not put things in this folder.
It’s just that Microsoft has not allowed users to manually delete the 3D Objects folder for so many years. If you modify the registry, you can hide these folders.
Until now, Microsoft finally realized that this folder is useless to users, in Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21322, Microsoft allows users to delete the useless 3D Objects folder from Windows 10 Explorer.
It should be emphasized that the deletion here refers to no longer showing on the home page of the Explorer, and Microsoft will not directly delete this folder from the entire system.
This means that the user can still access this folder if needed, and this folder will continue to be kept in the user folder at least for now. Its location is C:\Users\user_name\3D Objects so users only need to go to the user folder to continue accessing if necessary.
If the user does not know how to open it, just type %userprofile% in the address bar of any folder and press Enter to open the user home folder. Then find the 3D object here and you can access it.