What action causes dir icons to change to shortcut icons?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Hoppy, Jun 20, 2008.

  1. Hoppy

    Hoppy Guest

    I've been reading around on this topic & find most content relevant t
    IE or desktop icons in response to requests for how to change/delet
    these icons

    Few others are about installations gone bad that change all icons t
    execute one thing or another

    What I'd like to know is, on what action(s) does Vista decide to chang
    a directory icon to a shortcut icon & why

    Got a laptop with Vista Business (x32) pre-installed & I use it a
    little as possible because it's rediculously unintuitive

    Even doing a search on this icon behavior has taken more time readin
    than the knowledge is worth. I do not want to be an IT expert when
    grow up. I shouldn't have to study as if I did just understand the dail
    events of my OS. ('nuf sniveling

    Any insight into what Vista is actually doing that makes director
    icons change to shortcut icons so I can stop/reverse that action, woul
    be gratefully received. It is not lost on me the enormity of knowlege o
    this forum & the vast amounts of time it took to acquire it

    Thank you kindly for your time & consideration
    Hopp
     
    Hoppy, Jun 20, 2008
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