Thanks Guru for your response...here is my story,
In the Folder labeled "My Pictures" in Windows 10, I create my own folders into Which I place photographs in. I may have taken that image with my camera or I-phone, copied an image from somewhere or created the image in Photo Shop. When I ran Warp, all of the folders of images were whipped out of My Pictures. I restored my computer to a date before I installed Warp and I found all of my image folders were back in place where they belonged!! So next, I MOVED all of my Image Folders to an External HD and attempted to use Warp again and to my surprise my computer would not boot up!! I tried every Windows repair function and finally I was able to RESTORE the PC back to the preset date that I used before and I was able to open the computer and again I had my original content, What is Warp doing to my Registry that caused the computer to temporally die on me?
I hope you can offer a logical explanation to what has happened...