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Windows 7: hide desktop icon how

15 Sep 2016   #1

hide desktop icon how

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15 Sep 2016   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

Right click on Desktop icon in the navigation pane and click remove.
In case you need to restore icon right click favourites and click on restore favourites link

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