I did a little more research and those users who had problems with 1 &2, found Option 3 worked for them.
Some think the Windows 7 file and folder refresh problem might be linked to either a malicious file or some third-party application.
If it is 1 that means it is turned ON then change it 0 i.e. You can also refer to this KB823291 from Microsoft for more queries. – MSConfig does not work, though the same files exists. In any case, I would appreciate if you provided me with a solution.
Some Windows 7 users have reported to me that Option 1 & 2 didn’t work for them.
This key contains three sub keys and one of them is dont Refresh.
Now check the value for this sub key whether it is 0 or 1.
When you will click on the file option in the tool option you will see an option Export.
The refresh option for our computers and laptop’s is engineered in such a way that whenever we will change the contents in any of the windows in the operating system or in the desktop like creating a new shortcut, creating a new file, creating a new folder, renaming an already created file or folder, copying, pasting and deleting files as well as directories the new content will get refreshed by itself.
Those of you who have opened I know you know inside out about computers.
For the ones like me I will tell you how to open registry.
Firstly, this isn’t anything to do with a malicious file.
I actually suspect this is more to do with a Windows 7 coding issue rather than any third-party application.