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Today morning there was some problem with my pc and i forced Restart. After that i can see some Blue background behinde every icon.

I have seen Texts below desktop's Icons became blue in Windows XP! How can I fix it ?,but didn't help me.

So, How to get rid of blue background below the desktop icons ?

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You also have to make sure to enable the drop-shadow option in the Performance Settings dialog. – Synetech Jul 25 '12 at 15:44
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There are 2-3 methods to accomplish the task but the once which actually worked for me is

Desktop>> Right click> Properties> Desktop> Customize Desktop> Web> then you will see couple of web pages just uncheck both… and press OK… Its done.

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You certainly live up to your handle. – Synetech Jul 25 '12 at 15:43

Under normal circumstances, you can't change the blue background on Windows XP because it's hard coded into the operating system, I said "Under normal circumstances" because I did see and tried out a utility a few years ago that would allow you to change it, however, it would only stay the color you change it to while the utility was running. I don't remember what the name of the utility was or if it's still available. I seem to remember that it might have been making Windows XP unstable so I un-installed it.

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