Generally, Windows supplies default icons for every item displayed on the desktop and in Windows Explorer. These icons often provide insight to the user as to the contents of the file or what program is associated with it. This particular icon overlay occurs if you have third party antivirus software installed. This happens after an auto created backup of files by the AV software, therefore showing a checkmark or double forward facing arrow chevron in a blue box overlay along with the icon. The...

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