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- May 10, 2010
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I've always used Jamie O'Connell's excellent Desktop Icon Save and Restore. Available for 32 and 64 bit systems.Looking at the images in this thread, it appears no one has found a way to arrange icons across the screen in a way that sticks? Or did I miss something? Will Windows 7 be fixed to remember personal icon placement?
Arrange your icons, right click your Desktop and select Save Desktop. If anything ever goes pear shaped just right click the desktop and select Restore Desktop...This tiny application operates as a Shell extension. It records the layout and positions of icons and programs on the Windows Desktop, and permits restoration of the layout. It operates correctly under Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
My friend Fire Cat Thnx & I'm glad that you like the wally but it got no Rainmeter but simple windows gadget "desktop gadget" which gives a good look & other simple CPU monitor gadget...That's it...Nice - I can see some rainmeter in there
Mine is basic and clean - I've just shown rocketdock and the taskbar, but usualy everything is hidden. Aero is disabled and I've modified my start orb.
Taskbar is set on small icons.
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