It used to be in Windows 7, in Windows 8, and in the early days of Windows 10 that when I copied a folder to another location, the customized icon that was attached to that folder followed the folder to the new location. Now, in Windows 10 when I copy a folder to a new location, the folder no longer has the icon associated with it. That means that I have to go through the process of reinstalling it. When there are many folders involved, that is especially inconvenient and time comsuming. Is there a setting somewhere in the bowels of Windows that controls this function? Or is this yet another example of Microsoft making life just a little more difficult and annoying for its customers. By the way, this function is still working on my Windows 7 computer. When I copy a folder there, the customized icon accompanies it. But on my "improved" Windows 10 computers, it does not.