|14 Jan 2011||#1|
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sub explorer: opening desktop is slow
When I try to click on desktop in one of those sub explorer window that programs use to open/save files, the program would stop for few seconds and start loading icons one by one.
It suddenly started happening and I have no idea where that came from.
There are about 30 icons, and about 90% of them are shortcuts. They do not point to any invalid path.
It only happens when I try to access the desktop, and it's universal to all programs.
I also noticed that when I try to refresh on the desktop by pressing F5, the icon disappears for 3 seconds and refreshes. This may lead to a fact that there is something wrong when trying to load desktop, but I can't figure out the cause.
Anybody have guesses what the cause would be?
The only program I'm running is Bluetooth Manager in the background.
i7 M620 2.67GHz
Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
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