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Windows 7: Confusion over system/program-icons in Windows/Cursors


08 Dec 2012   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 
Confusion over system/program-icons in Windows/Cursors

I am currently experiencing the problem, that when i go to my Windows/Cursors folder, it of course shows examples of the cursors (like normally).

- but when i browse down to the bottom, some of the icons thumbnails (small example view) appears to be replaced by the icons of my programmes, like Word, CMD, and i don
t understand why.

Also, the icon appearing as the CMD picture-example, shows the regular mouse button in the lower left corner of the window.

No malicious programs detected, and also no processes that i've checked were unusual in any way.

What is this?



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