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Solved: control panel in xp recently updated????

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by narcjoe, Jan 18, 2013.

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  1. narcjoe

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    Has anyone running XP noticed that the Icons in the control panel have recently taken a more of a Vista / 7 look to it? I'm the kinda person who doesn't like change, so I don't believe that I changed any setting on purpose. The Icons are more spread apart in classic view than they used to be. I noticed this just about a week ago. Also about a week ago my Bad Piggies game crashed and I have not been able to play it since. I have tried everything including removing it from my programs and re-installing it , and it still crashes right after I hit play. I don't know if the two are related or not. Has anyone else noticed the change or am I just trippin'.:confused:


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    :eek:okay it was my bad apparently i must have clicked view over to thumbnails. I feel stupid. my bad piggies still wont play though:(
     
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