Issue 6: Custom icons get changed with Windows® 7 theme
Problem: User upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7 may face a problem in which custom icons are lost when new Window 7 theme is applied on the PC.
Resolution: Perform the following easy steps to resolve the issue:
STEP 1. Right-click on the empty part of the desktop and select Personalize > Change Desktop icons.
STEP 2. Clear Allow themes to change desktop icons check box.
STEP 3. This will ensure that the custom icons are preserved when Windows themes are applied on the system.
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The new Microsoft Windows 7 has loads of interesting features and an improved interface. However, based on support contact with thousands of customers and tracking of social media conversations, iYogi has identified the most common problems in upgrading to Windows 7 and provided tips on how to fix them. Early installers of the new operating system have encountered various issues related to upgrade, interface issues and features. The following are the top 10 issues. For information on how to resolve these, visit
Windows 7 can cause problems while upgrading from Windows Vista, as it hangs forever at 62 percent complete level.
In some scenarios DVD drive is not found in Windows 7 installation. You have checked and found that the drive is visible in BIOS and under the standard driver.
If the transparency has been turned off, this could be because the Aero theme may not be fully enabled on your system.
Windows 7 has a handy new ability to move and resize windows, all in one movement. However, sometimes it does not work as expected and can become annoying.
Sometimes the iPhone does not sync properly with the Windows 7 systems (usually with the 64-bit edition). The iPhone sometimes gets recognized, however, but then iTunes returns with the error 0xE8000065.
In Windows 7, by looking at the taskbar it is difficult to tell at a glance whether an icon is a running application or a pinned shortcut.
Installation for Windows 7 is quick and takes less hard drive space as compared with its older counterparts. However, it does not include the applets like Mail, Movie Maker, Photo Gallery etc. with the standard Windows installation.
By default Windows 7 keeps the last 50 minidumps file. These files are the memory images saved on the system when your PC crashes.
Windows Explorer contains a default setting in all the versions of Windows is to hide file extensions, as well as system files and folders.
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