Type of Hammer?


T

Tom Lake

What type of hammer is best for nailing down Win 7 icons?
I've tried a ball-peen but all it did was crack my monitor. I
imagine a claw hammer would do the same. Would a rubber-
coated mallet used to put on hubcaps be any gentler to my
LCD monitor?

TIA,
Fair D. Tucker
 
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Gene E. Bloch

What type of hammer is best for nailing down Win 7 icons?
I've tried a ball-peen but all it did was crack my monitor. I
imagine a claw hammer would do the same. Would a rubber-
coated mallet used to put on hubcaps be any gentler to my
LCD monitor?

TIA,
Fair D. Tucker
If you mean the desktop, there are freeware programs available to back
up the icon positions; then you can restore them if they get wonky.

But instead, I use Fences from StarDock.com to organize my icons.
 
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J. P. Gilliver (John)

Gene E. Bloch said:
If you mean the desktop, there are freeware programs available to back
up the icon positions; then you can restore them if they get wonky.
Yes; I used EzDesk which is ancient, which worked up to XP (except on
one works PC); it installed and runs on 7, but doesn't seem to do
anything, so I used iconoid (which I'd found for that works PC), which
works fine on 7. There are many others, I think.
But instead, I use Fences from StarDock.com to organize my icons.
That has been mentioned in another thread here, favourably.
 

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