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dlbutler

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I believe I downloaded Adobe and it somehow changed the way my files look in explorer. Now all my files have a little green box in the corner with a white check mark, Can some PLEASE tell me how to turn this feature off. I know it had to be something that I just recently installed, because it just changed. And the only thing I've installed is Adobe. I posted pics to show you how it makes everything look.
 

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Hi, That's the Norton360 Backup Status Indicator. To disable that:
- Go to Norton 360 Main Page
- Go to Settings and you can disable that on the checkbox then click Close
 

dlbutler

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Noooo, I installed Norton360 the day I took it out the box, they never showed before. There has to be a way to make it go away without disabling Norton, right?
 
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No, you're not going to totally disable Norton 360. Just one its feature which is the Backup Status indicator. Its function is basically just an indicator. It does nothing about security. If you don't want to see the indicator which is the green box with check on it, then its you're option to disable that feature. as i know, that was disable by default. You can also try updating your Norton360 if there's an available update.
 

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I did exactly what Lucky09 said to do, and it worked!!! Thank you so much.
 
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