Save Time And Effort By Making A Desktop Icons Shortcut
Have you ever wanted to be able to open programs quickly and easily? Making a desktop icons shortcut for each program you frequently use might be the answer that you are looking for.
If you are like me, I have icons all over my desktop. So many that I have a hard time finding where they are sometimes. I generally have about five or six programs that I am constantly opening and closing.
To save time, I found a cool way to open programs without even worrying where they are. It's really easy to set up and I'm sure you will love it.
In order to make a shortcut out of one of your desktop icons, simply right-click it and hit properties.
From there, simply click on the Shortcut tab.
Then type in the letter that you would like to be made the shortcut. Windows automatically adds a Ctrl + Alt to whatever letter you choose.
Give this little tip a try. It's especially useful for laptop users who can't stand using the touchpad.
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