when the "show superhidden" folder in Explorer option is chosen, two annoying icons for
"Desktop.ini" are displayed on the windows 7 desktop. ISTM this is an oversight, our
above mentioned friends should have grasped that while we may wish to see system files
in explorer views, we have no cause or desire for Desktop.ini (x2!) cluttering our desktops !
Is there a known manner of putting an end to this hmmm... feature ?
Manually putting the unwanted out of the view port (by switching to a higher screen resolution and back) did not work as I tried : Windows dutifully replaces the icons in full view !
I assume that programmatically positioning the icons out of view (by altering values in the registry)
would have the same (absence of meaningful) effect ?
Is there a trick to get rid of the bug, like, either some "super-super" hiding flag for the desktop.ini_s,
or does it take hacking Windows dll_s ?
It would surprise me if nobody else saw this as an aggravation (which didn't happen in Win XP, I am sure.)
[Edited : typo in subject title]
Edited by Ninho, Yesterday, 10:48 AM.