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1. Do not put file or folder on the desktop: Putting file or folder on the desktop which may be important will be in danger. You surely don't want to lose your file in case of system failure. If you do not wish that then keep a copy of that file in other disk drives except the system drive (usually Drive C:).

It is better to keep your desktop with only shortcuts.

2. Use antivirus: Virus can affect your files, folders or the entire system which is not a good thing. Some virus just creates a shortcut file of your original file which we can not open or access. These viruses usually come from USB devices which are used in other computers. There are other harmful viruses which come from the internet. In some encrypts the whole data of your system and make you pay them money to decrypt it. In these case, antivirus may not repair the files but it can warn you to not access the website or page.
I recommend Quick Heal, McAfee antiviruses which are best to protect your computer or system.