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  1. First, thanks for this great program. I don't know if this was suggested before, but, maybe it's possible to include an option under Windows/Advanced, disabled by default, to clean (delete) the icon cache file created by Windows. Sometimes, this file becomes corrupt and then incorrect icons are displayed. When the file becomes too large, icon loading and refresh could become slow. Deleting this file, forces Windows to re-create it in the next startup solving one or both of this problems. Under Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2K, the icon cache is a hidden file named ShellIconCache and it's located in the %WINDIR% folder. Under XP, the file is named IconCache.db, it's hidden too and it's located in the %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data. Thanks.
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