... and Simon says: Just delete it. Unawave
, have you seen the desktop.ini files in build 7057 or you're just saying that?
The desktop.ini files already have the attribute +s +h (system, hidden), however, the system opens them, since they're in startup folder.
That's why I instruct to go and select "show hidden files and folders".
This means that either there shouldn't be a desktop.ini file in startup folder, or that M$ should have included a registry option to exclude these files in that particular startup folder from opening, but perhaps they forgot to.
Quote: Originally Posted by unawave
See a hidden file ? A contradiction into himself
Do I sense a bit of sarcasm here? See a hidden file is a contradiction into itself ??? You mean that, after reading all the above, you didn't understand that I mean to see the "previously" hidden file, but you were trying to see files that are still hidden??? Read an unread
message is a contradiction "to itself"? Open
window is a contradiction "to itself"?
The files were
hidden, after doing what I describe they're not hidden anymore
, so you can see them.
However, if you want to do corrections in english, cause as you know I'm greek and it's not my native language, perhaps you should recheck the syntax "contradiction to himself"? him? whom?