It is sometimes possible to recover a file deleted by accident. Stop using the disk, check your Recycle Bin, and perhaps pull out an undelete utility.
Windows User Interface
Administrator accounts have more safety functions in them in recent Windows versions, but you’re right… running as an administrator could be a risk.
This might be a feature that you can adjust in the Windows Control Panel. If not, we might have to dive a little deeper.
The desktop is not a place I keep things I use, because it’s always obscured. It’s also a fragile environment to keep important files because it is prone to mis-swipes of the mouse and more.
This file does not have a program associated with it is a common error message when Windows doesn’t know what program is used to open a file. I’ll look at what that means, and step you can take.
A window that is too big for your screen can be a real problem. Let’s fix that.