Icon Cache Rebuilder: Repair & rebuild corrupt icon cache in Windows 7 | 8

We are pleased to released Icon Cache Builder. While one can always rebuild the icon cache manually in Windows, our Icon Cache Rebuilder lets you do so in a click!

icon cache rebuilder tool Icon Cache Rebuilder: Repair & rebuild corrupt icon cache in Windows 7 | 8

Icon Cache Rebuilder

If you are having problems with icons not displaying correctly. Run Icon Cache Rebuilder, click Rebuild, wait for Explorer to refresh itself and hit Restart to Restart your computer. Once your computer restarts it will build a new Icon Cache.

Do note that ending Icon Cache Rebuilder before it finishes can result in Windows giving you an error for your user profile as it needs to refresh Explorer and restartcomputer to rebuild the Icon Cache.

If a user runs into the problem of icons displaying incorrectly or icons corrupted, the easiest fix is to remove the IconCache.db file from your local file, restarting explorer then rebooting your computer to make the changes.

With Icon Cache Rebuilder, a user simply loads the application and once the IconCache.db is located will allow a user to click Rebuild to remove the file and restart Explorer.

Once this is done will allow a user to Restart their computer and once logged on the IconCache.db will be re-created.

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Icon Cache Rebuilder has been created by TWCF Member Lee Whittington for The Windows Club, on a request from TWCF member Bamajon197, and has been tested on Windows 7, but may work on other Windows versions too.

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If you have any questions or wish to give feedback, you may do so at TWCF.

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Anand Khanse aka HappyAndyK is an end-user Windows enthusiast, a Microsoft MVP in Windows, since 2006, and the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com. Please create a System Restore Point before trying out any software & be careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware. Add me on Google+.

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