Method 1: This method is for when you can not find desktop files or documents after Windows 10 update. If it deletes or hides your documents, you may follow the path to restore deleted documents or files in Windows.old folder due to Windows 10 update:
C:\Windows.old\Users\Documents > Check whether the files are in the folder or not.
Method 2: Restore all lost data using any recovery tool.
Method 3: See these methods if they work
Solution 1. a. Check to see whether you're signed in with a temporary profile or not
b.Go to Settings > Accounts > Sync your settings.
c.If you are signed in with a temporary profile, a message will pop up at the top saying You are logged on with a temporary profile. Roaming
options are currently unavailable.
d. After this, Windows will attach an extra account to yours. Then please restart PC and sign in again to get your accounts settings and data back
Solution 2. Use Search to look for files
Select the search box or let Cortana search for your lost documents or files.
If not, you can use troubleshooter to help you fix problems in Search.
1. Enter indexing in the Search box and select Indexing Options.
2. Select Advanced and click Troubleshooting search and indexing link.
Then you may follow the next on-going steps to get lost or deleted document files back.
Or you may also try the below search steps to find lost documents or other data:
Enter Show hidden files and folders in search box > Under Hidden files and folders, select Show hidden files, folders, and drives.
Then you can try to search lost files by typing a certain format of your lost files. For example, you can search *.doc to find lost Word documents or
*.mp3 to find music files.
Edited by jamesmehraa, 08 June 2018 - 12:17 AM.