I have a lot of icon-problems and want to rebuild the cache. I pretty know how to manage this but before I start I have some "easy" questions regarding USER-folders in Vista. I´m more or less uncertain myself though! Background: Due to probable malware/virus-infections I did a System-Restore in Nov. Worked out ok it seemed! Before Restore I had 2 user accounts, A and B. A has admin-rights but not B. After Restore my "Log in-page" disappeard. No big deal I thought because now my B-account is lost to space. The thing was that my B-account was created in time after the Restore-date that was choosen. For the moment I don´t use(have) an account-password(but I will). But before Restore I had PW on both accounts. Now to folders. There is no B-User under USER in the Control Panel. Only an A-User. When performing a Restore I guess all folders from B-User are intact but inside folders there should be only documents. Not register-data or other system-related files created under B-User(I.e programs) after the choosen Restore-date. But there are! When looking for the file iconcache.db I find them under both User-folders, A and B. Further I can see lots of system-files(dll´s etc)under B. I can even find NTUSER-DAT-files that are updated 3 days ago under B!! B\AppData\Local_LocalLow and Roaming have also lots of content! Anyway my intention is to delete every B-User-folder. Doing so creates perhaps some registry-errors but they should be easy to delete in CCleaner etc. Or? The story involves further findings of infections since Restore was done. Hopefully Techspot cleaned them all out this week. My simple question: Can you see any big difficulties here regarding my forthcoming actions? Except maybe ownership-rights? As you understand a novice can get pretty suspicious when user-files belonging to an "un-used"/ended account are created or changed!