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CelestialTeardrop

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Hello,

Yesterday I deleted some picture files from the "My Pictures" folder which I no longer needed. When I opened the same folder today, I saw two folders (entitled "Scenic" and "Big City") plus seven pictures of flowers that I had not placed there and don't remember seeing before (all JPG files). They may be sample pictures from some program, but I had not installed any new programs for at least, but probably more than, a month.

Can anyone tell me why these pictures would appear suddenly?

Thank you.

p.s.

Turns out I found some of these pictures online, but does anyone know the program they are associated with?

scenic002
scenic003
scenic004
Scenic005

Edited by CelestialTeardrop, 27 June 2005 - 02:00 PM.

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Michael

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I think if I rember right Flowers comes with dell media experance and the rest (all maby) all come with windows. They do sometime just get added in for not reason othar that you have used the program or activated them in some other way. just delete tthem every time they apear (I find them a pest some times).
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Thank you so much!

I thought I had some website install them without my knowing or something and got a bit nervous. I checked the Dell Media Experience folder and found them there under "Demo Pictures."

Edited by CelestialTeardrop, 27 June 2005 - 09:01 PM.

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You are welcome. A few week ago I scaned my computer for pictures for some reason and in the prosess found these one that you had got in to your My Pictures folder. That a few days later had the some thing as you had. :tazz:
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