Hi everyone, To back up my personal files to OneDrive, I decided to go the "OneDrive" folder, and create new folders called "pictures", "documents", etc. and move all my files there. However, note that these folders I've created aren't the same as the standard "pictures", "documents", "music", "video", etc. which are located in "C:\Users\[my name]". Therefore, I've found some downsides to the approach I've taken: The folders I've created in "OneDrive" are missing the standard pictures/music/video/etc. OS icons and instead have regular folder icons For the same reason, I might accidentally save to the wrong pictures/documents/music/video folders, and unfortunately the "C:\Users\[my name]" folders aren't located in OneDrive so those files won't get backed up. There seems to be no way to back up the entire "Desktop" folder following my approach. Therefore, I think all of this could be solved if I could backup the entire "C:\Users\[my name]" folder, which contains all the REAL (official) "pictures", "documents", "desktop", etc. folders. So, my questions: Is it possible to back up all the "C:\Users\[my name]" folders? What is the difference between the "pictures", "documents", "music", etc. folders in here and the ones I've created, and why do these have official-looking OS icons? And of course, why aren't all of these "C:\Users\[my name]" folders located in OneDrive by default? Thanks!