|05 May 2011||#1|
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In the System 32 folder is a imageres.dll file. If I remember correctly, and I reserve the right to be 100% wrong here, there are .bmps in the file for desktops during the boot/shutdown procedures.
I also think there is/was a program that be used to open and edit these files.
Does anybody know what I am refering to here?
I am curently testing Windows Thin PC, which is a "light" version of Windows 7 and it has the nicest logn on "screen/desktop" I seen in all the Windows versions. I'd like to be able to dig around and get a copy of it.
Any suggestions appreciated.
Also, not sure this is posted in the correct place, sorry if it isn't.
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