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    Power Toys / Tweak-UI

    Back in the days of Windows 95, and later updated for XP there was a little suite of applets donated to the world free of charge by MIcrosoft. I have just finished a Haswell build and those annoying arrows are back on desktop shortcuts.
    Tweak-UI got rid of them simply; I've used the applet on two other current desktops (1 Vista, the other Win 7x64), unadorned icons, but I must have deleted the applet: I can't find it on either system.
    Anyone know of an update or replacement that gets rid of those pesky arrows?

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    Re: Power Toys / Tweak-UI

    There are a couple methods described in the linked thread. It leaves less software on your system.
    http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...e-restore.html

    If however you want an easier way, this is quite an elegant program which does what you requested.
    http://winaero.com/comment.php?comment.news.156

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    Re: Power Toys / Tweak-UI

    I considered on this topic the power toy is toy or any new software any can confirmed me thanks.

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