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Icon Cache - Rebuild
Icon Cache - Rebuild
How to Rebuild the Icon Cache in Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8

If one or more of your icons are not displaying correctly, or that your icon cache is corrupted, then you might consider rebuilding the icon cache to reset and reload the icon images into the icon cache in Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Author: Brink Comments: 232 Views: 1,177,932 Last Activity 3 Weeks Ago
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Index - Rebuild
Index - Rebuild
How to Rebuild the Index in Windows 7 and Windows 8

If the index cannot find a file in it's seach results that you know exists or not exists in an indexed location, then this will show you how to manually rebuild and update the index to have accurate search results from changes to the included locations since the last rebuild.
Author: Brink Comments: 11 Views: 138,538 Last Activity 31 Jan 2014
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Icon Cache Size - Change in Windows
Icon Cache Size - Change in Windows
How to Change the Icon Cache Size in Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8

This tutorial will show you how to change the maximum size of the icon cache (iconcache.db) file to be more or less than it's default 500KB size for all users in Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
Author: Brink Comments: 0 Views: 20,677 Last Activity 10 Dec 2012
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Indexer Backoff - Enable or Disable in Windows 7
Indexer Backoff - Enable or Disable in Windows 7
How to Enable or Disable Search "Indexer Backoff" in Windows 7

This will show you how to enable or disable the search indexer backoff feature in Windows 7. If enabled (default), backoff logic will be used to throttle back indexing activity when system activity is high.
Author: Brink Comments: 0 Views: 24,014 Last Activity 29 Oct 2011
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ISO - Disk Image File : Extract to the Desktop
ISO - Disk Image File : Extract to the Desktop
How to Extract an ISO File to the Desktop

This suggests an excellent, free program to use and how to extract an ISO / Disk Image File to the Windows desktop, or wherever you like, for use in any number of situations.
Author: Bare Foot Kid Comments: 8 Views: 182,639 Last Activity 11 Jul 2011
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