Has anyone else noticed this annoying bug when using folder names with periods/dots under Windows 7 that results in the name being cropped? For example, in my Drivers folder I appear now to have two folders with exactly the same names, ATI Catalyst 10, because the names are cropped after the period under Explorer. Obviously they are not identical as Windows doesn't allow this. Their full names are ATI Catalyst 10.3 and ATI Catalyst 10.4b and both these filenames show fully and properly when using the Bulk Rename Utility v126.96.36.199 (x64) to display the directory. It seems that if there's a space and further filename after the period/dot then the name displays correctly under Explorer, e.g. ATI Catalyst 10.3 WHQL and ATI Catalyst 10.4b Beta display as expected. Does anyone know why this happens and how it can be corrected? If Windows doesn't like periods/dots in folder names then why allow them to be used?