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NirSoft FileTypesMan does the trick. I'm running a notepad replacement (TED Notepad). TED Notepad changed the .txt icon and FileTypesMan let me change the .txt icon to an icon in any dll file. Nice integration with the Windows built-in dll-icon browser. http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/file_types_manager.html


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I recommend DesktopOK (http://www.softwareok.de/?Freeware/DesktopOK) it helps you to store the settings you have so if anything gets messed up you can go back to any previously saved settings - not sure if this helps for what you try to achieve


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I have solved the icon issue by: Starting the Task Manager Ending the explorer.exe process (Right click on explorer.exe -> End process) Opening a command line window (File -> New Task (Run...) -> Type cmd.exe) In the cmd window type cd %userprofile%\appdata\local Now you need to delete the iconcache.db file del iconcache.db /a Exit the cmd window by ...


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I went through and enabled/disabled each Dropbox Shell Icon Overlays and found the following results below on Windows 7 x64 and Dropbox 2.10.30. The 4 primary status icons described in this Dropbox help doc are as follows: | Icon Overlay | Color | Status | | ------------ | ----- | ---------------------- | | DropboxExt1 | Green | Synced! ...


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This happens when you use a 3rd party Windows 8 Theme under Windows 8.1. I know that the Program StartIsBack+ fixes this incompatibility.


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There's a clean way to close the Explorer.exe instance which shows the taskbar and the Desktop icons. You have to popup the classic Shutdown dialog window. The only common way I found to accomplish this is: Leave at least one pixel of Desktop background free of overlapping Windows, then click on it to focus on the Desktop itself (the one with the icons). ...


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Use Create launcher from Ubuntu repository for creating custom launchers. you can install the same from commandline also. from terminal type sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends gnome-panel. you can open launcher from terminal by this command gnome-desktop-item-edit ~/Desktop/ --create-new The other method is Right click on the file Click on ...


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Right click the icon that is appearing in wrong format. (You need to find out the file location that is wrong.) This will help if all your icons have changed to Notepad, Adobe or whatever. The file location will say either .lnk, .exe, .jpeg and so on. This is called a registry error. Here's how to fix it. Click the start button on the bottom left of the ...


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That's one of the bugs which Mavericks 10.9.4 has. So you can't do anything beside waiting and hoping, that apple will fix this issue in a future update. (by c0dev)


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Result! This did the trick. Go to "Get info" of the file's icon you want to change. Open the image (PNG) of the image you are wanting to use in Preview (or a graphics editor) "select" the image Go back to the "Get info" window and 'Paste' (Apple V) the image (the png you have selected) into the Preview Panel This worked for me. *Don't drag the file to ...


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When I want to change the ICON of a DMG-File I select the DMG-File in Finder, Hit CMD-I (or use the Information entry from the context-menu). Then select the Icon in the top-left corner of the Information-window and paste the relevant graphic into it. When I want to change the Background-Image of a Finder-Window, I open up the window, I want to change, hit ...



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