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LOL Thanks, just another couple of things you said you would help with?
How do I re hide the files with all the alphabet letters, I think you said they were system files. and 2 desktop ini's to hide again? There is a tool on malwarebytes that deletes them for you if you can't delete them. Hotfix files etc.

Also How do I make a desktop icon for notepad

Thank You so very much for helping me, You have worked hard to help me.I didn't think I would be able to follow your instructions, but you made it so easy for me!
I've actually enjoyed the experience myself, and you have given me some great tips to help keep my computer clean

Thank You so very much

I have managed to sort out the notepad, did the search like you said, right clicked and clicked pin to start menu.

Oh, by the way, I have 12 Grandchildren! (2 marriages you see) lol

Edited by GroovyGran, 08 March 2014 - 12:05 PM.

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LOL Thanks, just another couple of things you said you would help with?
How do I re hide the files with all the alphabet letters, I think you said they were system files. and 2 desktop ini's to hide again? There is a tool on malwarebytes that deletes them for you if you can't delete them. Hotfix files etc.


This should re-hide the files on your desktop, please let me know if it doesn't. :)

1. Click the round blue Start icon in the left corner.
2. Click Control Panel.
3. Click Folder Options.
4. Click the View tab.
5. Click Do Not show hidden files and folders.
6. Click OK.

Thank You so very much for helping me, You have worked hard to help me.I didn't think I would be able to follow your instructions, but you made it so easy for me!
I've actually enjoyed the experience myself, and you have given me some great tips to help keep my computer clean

Thank You so very much


You're very welcome, it's been a pleasure working with you! :thumbsup:

I have managed to sort out the notepad, did the search like you said, right clicked and clicked pin to start menu.


:thumbsup:

Oh, by the way, I have 12 Grandchildren! (2 marriages you see) lol


You are richly blessed! :)
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Whoooo Hooooo "All Done"

I have printed off all your suggestions and will read through them all, "I Promise"

I will leave you in peace now so you can help others, as you have helped me.

May good things come your way because of your kindness!

Edited by GroovyGran, 08 March 2014 - 01:38 PM.

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Whoooo Hooooo "All Done"

I have printed off all your suggestions and will read through them all, "I Promise"

I will leave you in peace now so you can help others, as you have helped me.

May good things come your way because of your kindness!


:thumbsup: Thank you for your kind words :)
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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