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NEED MORE DESKTOP ICONS

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I am using Windows 7 and Windows 8. I need more icons to choose from. I would want them to correspond to the same sizes as Microsoft installs with the opsys. I have tried this myself and only wind up with popups and viruses. I do not mind paying for these new icons.

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whenever I need icons I go to wincustomize.  here is the link for the Icons:
http://www.wincustomize.com/explore/icons
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WOW!! What a super selection! Thanks so much for your instant answer.
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Happy i could help,
They have fantastic wallpapers also.  I have used Object Desk and Windowblinds many years.
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