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Windows 7: Shortcuts storing software need to know?

01 May 2011   #1
killer bee

windows7 Ultimate SP1 x32bit
Shortcuts storing software need to know?

Do you know good shortcuts storing software. Like game booster "Game box"

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01 May 2011   #2
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1

not quite sure what you mean...

i used to use fences back in the day when i had a lot of stuff on my desktop - it isn't just for shortcuts. there's a free version available.

nowadays i like to keep my desktop clean
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01 May 2011   #3

Windows 7 32 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by killer bee View Post
Do you know good shortcuts storing software. Like game booster "Game box"
Like MM I don't like desktop icons anymore. I have a folder with subfolders for various categories of apps. I make shortcuts in the categories. I have dragged the subfolders onto RocketDock and set custom icons for them to make it obvious what the category is. For example I have a Windows emblem for system stuff, Tools for utilities, "take" chalkboard thingie(whatever they call that thing they slam when they say "Some stupid romance take 64!") for media tools etc..

If you are right handed and don't like mousing over to the left to get to the Start Menu, another good alternative is Vista Start Menu since you can set it to open up in the lower right hand corner. Double click the tray icon and the Start Menu is organized in the lower right hand side to avoid mouse travel. Also it works a bit differently so that stuff doesn't move around just because you undeleted an app.

I also use Stand Alone Stacks 2 for stuff I use frequently but not frequently enough to pin to the taskbar. But I'm a launcher freak. Wrote a couple of my own, use FARR launcher etc..
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