I created a temporary folder on my desktop to download some photos from an old SD card before I tossed it, then sent them from the folder to burn on a CD. No Problem.

Now I can't delete the temporary desktop folder. When I go to properties, it says read-only. I unchecked it from read-only, but when I try to delete it, it just goes back to read-only and won't delete.

I looked on Microsoft Support, and they suggest changing the registry. I was hoping for a simpler solution. Any ideas?