Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

After having this problem myself for weeks, I finally figured out the way fix it. Delete the value in Default in your registry for: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\exefile\shellex\IconHandler\ Delete your c:\users\<username>\AppData\Local\IconCache.db as others have posted before. Kill explorer.exe and run a new instance of explorer.exeto refresh it. And that ...


0

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Desktop-Enhancements/Other-Desktop-Enhancements/Dialog-Mate.shtml. The one I use because it's small, well integrated and has the favorites part also. Right mouse click on the normal maximize/restore control button (on application's Title bar) minimizes any application to an icon on Desktop, right-clicking on minimize button ...


1

The answer is easy. Open Ie and make it your default browser. Close Ie. Open Chrome and make your default browser. All Icons are back.


0

Had the same confusion regarding the "system folder" icon of a head/bust in front of an open folder, with the users name (in your case 'rcook') beside the icon. I don't believe you can get rid of it... you can only hide it. If that's all you would like to do, open a windows explorer window (like the screenshot you posted earlier), click on 'Organize', ...


0

The StartMenu folder in C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned doesn't get created until you've pinned at least one thing to that user's Start Menu. Pin something to their Start Menu and it should be created automatically.


0

You can find the start menu folder by clicking on the start button and then right-clicking on the 'All Programs' bar. Then, select 'Open' and it will open your start menu folder. I got it here.


0

sorry for misunderstanding.if you want to change folder icon inside external HDD,you may try to use relative path: [.ShellClassInfo] IconResource=\any_folder\icons\my_icon.ico,0 And you have to keep few things in mind it should be system file and hidden.if you have created desktop.ini with notepad it will not work. to make it work you have to apply few ...


0

Create a icons folder eg. C:\icons on Server (you can hide folder from properties if you don't want to see it). Put your ico files in that folder. Customize your shared folders on Server. Now copy your ico files to C:\icons but in your PC client (as duplicate). Now you'll see Network Share icons on both PC (server and client). If you can't access the Server, ...


0

Its Windows problem, even in windows 8.1. nothing you can do except change the icon and then revert the icon. you can also refresh the icon cache, unfortunately how to do that?


-1

I had the same problem, all I had to do was unpin from the task bar and re-pin to the task bar and the icon was back.


-1

There are several files: C:\Windows\System32\imageres.dll C:\Windows\System32\shell32.dll C:\Windows\System32\pifmgr.dll -> This ones dates to Win95 Listed are the ones I've found that come included in Windows 8, does anyone know of others?



Top 50 recent answers are included