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Correctly add my .ico/icon files to windows?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by guy2, Apr 11, 2010.

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    I downloaded allot of .ico files to add some color to my boring windows folders ,i have them organized in category order all in one folder.

    I noticed when adding an icon to a newly made folder that it goes away if i simply move the folder ,change/move something in the folder or change/move something or add to my icon folder.

    How can i stop this?

    I edited the reg to increase my icon catch by x4 but i'm not sure if that is even related to this.

    When i add a icon i downloaded i have to brows for my icon folder i organized threw ''change icon menu'' and when im doing this over and over it remembers the last section i picked my last icon from. How can i add icons to the normal default windows icon list so they don't vanish constantly?

    Is it possible to add to win default icon list if the files are .ico?
     
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