Right now I am using RocketDock with Stacks Docklet to organize my desktop. Working great taking aside some 64bit applications like Photoshop, Premiere, Maya, ect.
I read online about symbolic links, that people who have same kind of problem create symbolic links to solve them. However, I do not quit understand how to apply their solution to my problem.
So here is the deal, I got 120gb SSD for windows and all programs running on Windows 7 Ultimate x64. There I got C:\Program Files\Adobe and in that folder.
RocketDock stacks work in such way, that you create a folder with many short-cuts and than add it to RocketDock. I have such folder that I keep on another hard drive D:\Windowz\RocketDock\Creative Design\ with all of my short-cuts to desired programs and their custom icons.
Photoshop, Maya, Premiere does not work because they are located in Program Files. But Bridge, Flash og Audacity work fine because they are located in Program Files(x86).
Can anyone give me a comprehensive way to how I can connect my Photoshop short-cut on disk D: to photoshop program on disk C: by means of symbolic link?