|06 Feb 2011||#1|
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Gremlins - Recurring Minor Issues, are they dangerous.
Good Day to all,
I have Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit NOB-SP1 RC and do use CCleaner 64-bit. Don't know if the second part is relevant but wanted you to know. Oh and I am blocking most of the startup programs from running like: Adobe, Java Update, iTunes Helper, my Video Card Control Center, Qtask, OpenOffice stuff!!
I have recurring strange little issues, usually easy to fix, but they keep happening and I'd like to know if this is normal.
1. One issue is the icons in the running programs and the Action Center. I usually have all visible except one. Sometimes I boot and they are all gone from the taskbar and are back in the Action Center and I have to go back and re-Customize again.
2. Since I have setup the Multi-User System, certain running programs which appear in the Action Center, are completely gone. In other accounts they are still there. I didn't delete them.
3. Maybe the most import. When I installed maybe I did something wrong. In Windows Explorer in Libraries>Documents>My Document it displays a lot of stuff, but not my documents, as the original Administrator/User and now quasi-Administrator Account. If I just click the left Pane Document it shows my actual Documents. Don't know why. Nothing like this happens in My Music, My Videos etc.
It also does not happen in any of the other users accounts, the Documents and the My Documents show the exact same thing.
Please assist, Thanks or any help!!
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