Windows 10: Folder View Settings and Desktop Icon Positions Not Saving

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  1. Posts : 287
    windows 10 pro 64
       #421

    Zash said:
    Yes it does. The notification window appears on the lower right of your screen.
    It also has a history of the programs that have accessed the net.
    thanks Zash
    i 'm new with this firewall , i tried to run firefox, thunderbird and other programs,GlassWire did not pop up a warning as allow ,deny or create a rule

    and i guess there is not a interactive mode of the firewall ,right?
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  2. Posts : 53
    Windows 10
       #422

    drugo said:
    thanks Zash
    i 'm new with this firewall , i tried to run firefox, thunderbird and other programs,GlassWire did not pop up a warning as allow ,deny or create a rule

    and i guess there is not a interactive mode of the firewall ,right?
    Go to Settings then on Security, modify the ones that you need to.
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  3. Posts : 16
    Windows 10
       #423

    So there is no official fix yet?
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  4. Posts : 287
    windows 10 pro 64
       #424
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  5. Posts : 354
    Widows 10/Linux
       #425

    ganon said:
    So there is no official fix yet?
    Yes there is. To be up to date Nod32 should be 8.0.319.0 although Eset reckon earlier builds should work as long as cleaner module 1114 is installed.
    You can wait for it to come down the regular update, it may do already, or switch to the pre-release update.

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  6. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #426

    Yes, there is an official fix.
    1.Uninstall Nod32 (using their uninstaller or in normal way).
    2. Download the latest version from their site.
    3. Close Internet.
    4. Install antivirus.
    5. Open it, press F5 for advanced settings, go to Update and choose pre-release.
    6. Open Internet.
    7. Update it. Now you will have module 1114.

    Module 1113 still blocks some registry. For instance I always delete "Pin to startmenu" -for Recycle Bin- using a context menu editor. With module 1113 it reverts after restart, with module 1114 it remains how I choose it to be.

    Eset, it's my pc. Stop telling me what's good for my registry. Just keep an eye open for bugs.
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  7. Posts : 16
    Windows 10
       #427

    I have v7 installed and it did prompt me to upgrade for compatibility with win 10 but I didn't as everything was fine. So to fix the icon problem I need to upgrade as I'm not getting that upgrade prompt again
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  8. Posts : 103
    Win10Pro 64bit 1909 build 18363.628
       #428

    ganon said:
    I have v7 installed and it did prompt me to upgrade for compatibility with win 10 but I didn't as everything was fine. So to fix the icon problem I need to upgrade as I'm not getting that upgrade prompt again
    you said that already ???
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  9. Posts : 354
    Widows 10/Linux
       #429

    ganon said:
    I have v7 installed and it did prompt me to upgrade for compatibility with win 10 but I didn't as everything was fine. So to fix the icon problem I need to upgrade as I'm not getting that upgrade prompt again
    Uninstall V7 and install the latest version V8 (8.0.319.0)

    Wait for the 1114 cleaner module to come via the regular update or change to pre-release update to receive it.

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    then check "about"
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    it should be
    Windows 10: Folder View Settings and Desktop Icon Positions Not Saving-av1.jpg
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  10. Posts : 354
    Widows 10/Linux
       #430

    JIGSAW said:
    you said that already ???
    English may not be his first language, please be a bit more considerate. :)
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