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Thumbnail and Icon Cache Rebuilder

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PostFreeBooter on 11th January 2017, 7:42 am

Thumbnail and Icon Cache Rebuilder








Thumbnail and Icon Cache Rebuilder is a batch script i have created it will purge, clear and delete your Thumbnail and Icon Cache in a click.

If your icons appear blank or look corrupted or do not refresh correctly, when they should, then it is quite possible that your icon cache database may have become corrupted in on your Windows OS PC. The same thing applies to Thumbnails too. If they do not display correctly then they may have become corrupted. In such a scenario, you may need to delete the cache files in order to rebuild the Icon cache and clear the Thumbnail cache.

Before running this batch script make sure to save all the open files and close all open programs, this batch script will restart your computer to delete Thumbnails and Icons cache.

Please run this batch script as a Administrator.
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Last edited by FreeBooter on 7th February 2018, 9:49 pm; edited 1 time in total
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PostThuggz Bunny on 4th September 2017, 4:27 pm

Cheering for you It's Great!Woo Thank You!
Thank you for posting this. I used to have a .bat for this. Maybe still do, on some external HD that isn't connected today. I found this forum today Googling for a new file. So much easier than going through all the motions & faster too! Took care of the problem & found a great new forum! Already made a Speed Dial.....
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PostFreeBooter on 5th September 2017, 5:54 am

You are very welcome!

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