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The command line above did not work for me. I had to change the type of type of key from "REG_SZ" to "REG_DWORD" and it worked like a champ. Next 3 lines are my batch file to stop the service, disable the service and hide the icon... Verified on Win7 x64 NET STOP wscsvc REG ADD "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\wscsvc" /V Start /T REG_DWORD /D 4 /F ...


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The Desktop view is accidentally set to Tiles (or perhaps caused by "Bags" corruption). Right-click Desktop, click View, and select one of the icon views > Small/Medium/Large. Alternately, here are the keyboard combinations you can use: (First, click an empty area on the desktop) Ctrl + Shift + 1 - Extra Large Icons Ctrl + Shift + 2 - Large Icons Ctrl + ...


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http://www.pchell.com/support/savedesktoplayout.shtml Try the above link this should do the trick. You will have to save the format you want then doa quick restore after using the other monitor. Also could try keeping screen resolution same on both monitors. and or unchecking auto arrange icons. All methods seem to work in some way.


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I didnt try any of the above answers. This works already since long time for me. Create a directory for a personal profile. eg. C:\ChromeProfiles\PRIVATE or C:\ChromeProfiles\BUSINESS . Place an .ico file with the icon that you wish in above directory. Create a shortcut on desktop (or other location). Depending on your version of windows adjust the ...


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It sounds like something set your default program for no extension files to be ME2. If you feel comfortable editing the registry, (there is a potential for damage here so follow things exactly), you can navigate to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FileExts and then left-click on the "." in there. This will highlight it ...


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Go to Microsoft Office → Microsoft Office Tools → Microsoft Office Picture Manager → Help → Detect and Repair. Check Restore my shortcuts while repairing. This should restore all the Microsoft Office shortcuts and icons.


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Navigate to TextMate.app/Contents/Resources to find all icon files. You can find the icons used on the following GitHub repository. Some other icons also come from their respective installation folders.


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Crowd sourcing. Provide your screenshot and question asking what software the icon is for in a forum focused on computer software. Were it me, I'd try the forums over at Tom's Hardware.


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If you right click blank space on the page and click "Save As..." you will download all the page resources. You can see which pieces you're interested in keeping by using your browser's version of "View Source". I'd urge you to learn some basic illustration tools to avoid using somebody else's resources without their permission.


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The other possible solution is to use free nircmd.exe command-line utility to call the target application. Get nircmd.exe from http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/nircmd.html and copy it into your C:\Windows folder. Open property dialog for the shortcut you want to get rid of shield symbol. Click 'Change icon..' and confirm with 'OK' without any changes (just do ...


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There is a pdf.icns file in the package contents of the Preview.app. Go to the Preview.app application in the Applications folder. Right click and 'Show Package Contents'. The pdf.icns file can be found here: /Applications/Preview.app/Contents/Resources/pdf.icns It doesn't look like the image you posted above however. At least not on OSX El Capitan (...



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