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i have a burning desire to know what this file (gtwdocs.ico) is and where it originates - in the past, when i want to know something like this this, i simply google it...

amazingly, there are only two results on the entire internet, even on other spiders, and both results are from geekstogo, which, if it has to be so hard to discern, i'm glad it's here that it was mentioned, - i have come to appreciate that this is one of the better forums, by far even...

in the post in which it was mentioned, at http://www.geekstogo...s...27825&st=15,

i see the recommendation is to delete the file, which of course makes me even more interested to know what it is

i do realize of course if it's a stray component that never got removed from any of thousands of peices of software, you may not even know what it is and only know it's not connected to any running programs, at least according to hijack


ps - i would prefer a reply from rstones12 if possible thanx agin
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