|24 Oct 2012||#1|
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Set Image as Folder Background (win7)
So I have a folder with quite a few solid white .PNG images that can't be seen against the default white background. So far I have been either..
1- Highlight (select all)...but then you lose the multi-select functionality.
2 - Move to desktop...then move back (very irritating)..
A long time ago...I downloaded a program that changed the folder background to a select image in windows XP.
I tried doing the same for Windows 7...but it was extremely buggy. Folder would crash, etc. These are important folders and I need them to work.
Has there been any improvements for this in the past 3 years?
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