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Placing an app icon on the desktop

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Best Answer tonytranupg , 16 March 2017 - 10:28 AM

If you want to creating a new shortcut, browse to the application folder, right-click on the application (.exe) file and choose Send to Desktop. That's it! Go to the full post »


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I have forgotten how to place a shortcut to an app on my W10 desktop; I have the icon of that app now in my task bar. Would someone please remind me of the steps to do so? Thanks. .... batpark


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✓  Best Answer

If you want to creating a new shortcut, browse to the application folder, right-click on the application (.exe) file and choose Send to Desktop.

 

That's it!


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tonytranupg: Thanks much.   .... batpark


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