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Windows 7: Desktop icons play hide and go seek...

15 Mar 2013   #11

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit

Thanks Jaycee. You are absolutely right and that would be a good way of re-organizing it but I like it this [non-hierarchical] way. Maybe I'm just a jumbled up kind of person. :)

Hopefully I can figure out what causes it to get jumbled and fix that. Worst case, I now have a backup that can be used to restore the desktop after it does get changed.


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