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Any utility like Iconoid that works with W7 64?


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I have used the free utility called Iconoid (by Sillysot.com) to save the positions of the desktop icons with Windows XP and it worked great. I tried the web site for latest version but it would not work on W7.
I use ATI Eyfinity with three screens and I change the resolution often from stretched to one screen, but the icons get all scrambled. Is there another utility like Iconoid that works with W7 64?

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Try this: http://www.howtogeek...-windows-vista/
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Hmm, Looks like it was originally made for Vista and a long long list of user comments, but some say it did not work for them in W7 64. Looks like there might be some registry editing to make it work?

I might have to look into it more before I try it.

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Just create fresh restore point and give it a shot.
I use it on Vista and usually, whatever works with Vista, works with 7, however I'm not sure about 64-bit.
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