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Windows 7: Desktop icons move next to folders?


08 Apr 2011   #1

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Desktop icons move next to folders?

This has been happening for a while now and is starting to get really annoying. I have several shortcut icons placed in the top corner of my monitor to stay out of the way but still easy to open.

The problem is that if there is a folder that starts with the same letter as one of the shortcuts, the shortcut will move to be next to the folder.

Here is an example of what I mean.

Last night i created a folder on my desktop to put the contents of a memory stick in temporarily. I turn on my computer today and the shortcut to "League of Legends" has moved to be next to this folder named "l"

Here is a picture of my desktop to show this.
http://sadpanda.us/images/428927-IAFW3RC.png

(The picture is very large so just putting a link)


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