Moving Files - Changes Can't Be Undone - Really?
My photo folders on my Windows 10 PC need to be reorganized. I went to move a folder inside Lightroom and it warned me that any changes made could not be undone. Concerned, I did a little test. I took some arcane photo and cropped it and changed the exposure, then moved it. I was then able to change the cropping back to what looked like full image and reset the exposure back to zero. The warning and my ability to still make changes don't seem to make sense. Please provide some insights. And if changes can't be undone after I close the software or something - how does one ever reorganize files and folders? That limitation doesn't seem reasonable.