Icons does not align right in desktop since Creators Update

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    Windows 10 Pro x64

    Icons does not align right in desktop since Creators Update

    Creators Update bringed us a lot of bugs in Windows 10. One of them is a problem with the icons on desktop. Everytime I reboot I see this:

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    I have marked "Align icons to grid option":

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    To fix the problem I have to check "Auto arrange icons" option everytime I reboot.

    Is there any permanent solution to avoid this everytime I reboot without having to mark the "Auto arrange icons" option?
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