Got a little problem here.
I have an office computer, it had a virus, we ran a few virus scans with Malware Bytes (free) and Super Anti-Spyware (one then the other, not in tangent), and once the "Backdoor Trojan" was removed, I rebooted the computer and everything now appears to be in the old fashion Windows 2000 look. And when I try to change the look in the Personlization section, I get an error pop-up that says "Theme cannot be applied to the desktop".
Additionally, when I try to start Outlook, it says it simply cannot start it. Though the other MS Office suite runs just fine.
I tried to reboot again and ran a few more virus scans thinking it was still the virus, but the scans came up clean. So I'm thinking something MAY have been damaged during the removal of the trojan. So rather than tinker around myself and further, I decided to stop before I potentially screw something out and request some outside help.
Prior to all these problems, I was unable to run a few simple programs, getting the error "File C:\Programs\...\[insert_name_here].exe could not be found" even though I was looking at the executable file (not shortcut) itself. So it raised concern.
Also after a reboot I was forced to use a temporary account/desktop, as the files from my account could not be accessed.