What is Desktop.ini file in Windows & how can you use it to customize Folders?

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4 Comments

  1. Sean Frisbey

    What is that awesome-looking wallpaper you’ve got in there? It’s titled “download.jpg”. I must have it!

  2. Blackkatt

    ROFL, WTF!?
    all you need in the desktop.ini file is this bellow witch is also generated for you when you

    1. Right click the folder and select “Properties”
    2. Then select “Customize”
    3. Finally select “Change Icon…”

    [.ShellClassInfo]
    IconResource=X:image.ico,0

  3. hh

    Your social media buttons float over the left side of your web page, making it impossible to read your wonderful content without painfully peaking under and over the buttons. This makes your website very unfriendly to use. I suggest that either you move the social media buttons to the bottom and make them not float, or better yet get rid of them altogether because I doubt this is helping improve your SEO positioning. Otherwise, I appreciate your website and its contents. Thank you.

  4. May I know the screen resolution of your device?

    There is another thing you can do. Move your mouse to the bottom-most white square. An arrow will appear. Click on it to hide the buttons.

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