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I was wondering if anyone has come across this. We have set a new desktop background which is ...
17th December 2009, 08:51 AM #1
Shadows under Icons
I was wondering if anyone has come across this. We have set a new desktop background which is white with lots of text from the school on, etc - school name etc etc.
We are getting a really small amount of complaints, so I want to try and darken the shadows under the desktop icons a bit. I obviously know how to do this to individual workstations, but do any of you know a registry key or GPO even that I can set to darken them en mass.
Help would be appreciated!
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18th December 2009, 04:13 AM #2
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If I'm understanding your question right. The setting you want is in System Properties > Advanced tab > Performance section click Settings. If you set it to not Use drop shadows for icon labels on the desktop, it will show a black background for the text of your icons so they can read it just fine.
As far as applying it to all the pcs. This is the best I could find.
adjust for best performance, via GP? - Petri.co.il forums by Daniel Petri
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