Due to an upgrade or Windows "refreshing", I somehow ended up creating 2 different Windows 10 user folders:
The contents are identical, although each folder seems to preserve it's own settings (such as view settings: Details vs. Icon). When I make changes in folder, it is reflected in the other folder. It's almost like one folder is a shadow of the other. Can I safely delete one? Or can I merge them? Or just ignore?
I found this from Wikipedia
The older Microsoft Windows filesystems VFAT and FAT32 are not case-sensitive, but are case-preserving. The earlier FAT12 filesystem was case-insensitive and not case-preserving, so that a file whose name is entered as readme.txt or ReadMe.txt is saved as README.TXT. Later Windows file systems such as NTFS are internally case-sensitive, and a readme.txt and a Readme.txt can coexist in the same directory. However, for practical purposes filenames behave as case-insensitive as far as users and most software are concerned.