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The word "Full" appears in an Orange Ball on Desktop. What does this refer to? Desktop, a file...?

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The word "Full" appears in an Orange Ball on Desktop, middle screen. What does this refer to? Desktop, a file...?Deleting filkes, desktop items, etc doesn't effect it.

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If you change your computer's "wallpaper" image, does it go away?

 

You could have "dragged-and-dropped" an image from a web-site onto your "wallpaper", to change from your previous wallpaper image to that image.

 

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That's exactly what it was ! Lol. Thank you so much. This is my old pops computer and he was very concerned. I gave up after two thirty min sessions. Your karma ranking is up.

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> That's exactly what it was ! 

 

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