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I have four paid versions of malwarebytes on various computers.  I installed a new copy on a Dell windows 8 machine a few months ago.

I had to remove the MB and do a clean install of Windows. I installed MB again this morning and find that I have the old logo (red/white large M) on the desktop and task bar.  It does not make a differenence to me, just wondering why I do not have the blue bow tie logo that this installation had originally.

 

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Cached Icon.  Eventually the new icon will be inherited but one can create and run the following batch file to rebuild the Icon Cache and force the change.
 
Rebuild_Icon_Cache.bat

; Created by: Shawn Brink
; http://www.sevenforums.com
; Tutorial: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/49819-icon-cache-rebuild.html


@echo off
cls
set choice=Bad-Response
echo The Explorer process must be killed to delete the Icon DB.
echo.
echo Please SAVE ALL OPEN WORK before continuing.
echo.
pause
echo.
taskkill /IM explorer.exe /F
echo.
echo Attempting to delete Icon DB...
If exist %userprofile%\AppData\Local\IconCache.db goto delID
echo.
echo Icon DB has already been deleted.
echo.
goto main

:delID
cd /d %userprofile%\AppData\Local
del IconCache.db /a
echo.
pause
echo Icon DB has been successfully deleted.
echo.

:main
echo Windows must be restarted to rebuild the Icon DB.
echo.

:wrong
set /p choice=Restart now? (Y/N) and press Enter:
If %choice% == y goto Yes
If %choice% == Y goto Yes
If %choice% == n goto No
If %choice% == N goto No
set choice=Bad-Response
goto wrong

:Yes
shutdown /R /f /t 00
exit


:No
echo.
echo Restart aborted. Please remember to restart the computer later to rebuilf the Icon DB.
echo.
echo You can now close this command prompt.
explorer.exe


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