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Discussion in 'Desktop Customization' started by EarlZ, Apr 18, 2012.
Is there an app or a method to do this under Windows 7 ?
Hello EarlZ, You can try this method; 1. Start Regedit, click Start, Run and type in regedit and hit enter. 2. Go to: HKEY_USERS \ .Default \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Explorer 3. Add binary value to Explorer: link="00,00,00,00" 4. You should now be able to make Shortcuts to the desktop without "Shortcut To" text. This is a Registry Edit, so do so at your own risk and back it up before hand. Hope this helps Don
If you are unhappy with making your own reg edits, you can use this. Includes both 64Bit and 32Bit. I havn't had a reason to use it for a long time, but it did work. You are probably aware, that after you have created a shortcut, you can right click and rename it to anything you please - this includes eliminating the ".exe"
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