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How to Make Desktop Shortcuts in Windows 10

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How to Make Desktop Shortcuts in Windows 10 Creating desktop shortcut icons has never been easier. ——————— My Social Links: 🔵 View My Channel - http://youtube.com/Britec09 🔵 View My Playlists -https://www.youtube.com/user/Britec09/playlists 🔵 Follow on Twitter - http://twitter.com/Britec09 🔵 Follow on Facebook: http://facebook.com/BritecComputers 🔵 View my Website: http://BritecComputers.co.uk 🔵 My Official Email: brian@briteccomputers.co.uk Looking for cheap games and windows software? Check out SCDKEY and Grab Yourself A Bargin!!! and use discount codes below: 3% game code BR02 10%software code BR01 Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OEM CD-KEY GLOBAL - https://goo.gl/t5eQwb Office2016 Professional Plus CD Key Global - https://goo.gl/bovKbZ Conan Exiles Steam Key Global - https://goo.gl/YBPZpy Playerunknowns Battlegrounds Steam Cloud Activation Key - https://goo.gl/1TcjXb
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Eric Alaba (1 month ago)
I need a information from you please or anybody how to get the 👉🏾@sing on windows 10
Frank Bradford (5 months ago)
You mentioned a browser link to a list of keyboard shortcuts. Where can I find that?
Eagle Ales (5 months ago)
Good video, thanks Brian.
HolyOrderofDragons (5 months ago)
I don't even know why I watch many of Your videos, as most of them nowdays are windows 10 and I don't use that. I guess I just like Your smooth voice and find Your videos relaxing and entertaing to watch. You are really good at explaining things in a simple way. Somehow I just really like Your videos even if I dislike windows 10. :)
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Thanks for your kind words and support, it means a lot...thanks.
MR 420 (5 months ago)
Good video bro very helpful
I Enjoy Creating Videos (5 months ago)
Good video Brian! Thanks for sharing the video with us.😎👍JP
I Enjoy Creating Videos (5 months ago)
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Glad you like it.
only unboxing (5 months ago)
Gareth Woodall (5 months ago)
Cheers Bri!
Britec09 (5 months ago)
You're welcome.
tarnaka504 (5 months ago)
how to take backup image of c drive,and how restore from it when ever needed in windows 8.1 advance thanks.
tarnaka504 (5 months ago)
Britec09 ...not with software....with in windows system restore only....few days back i seen your post about this....but forgetten ....plz give that video link.... thank you.
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Made loads of backup videos. What software?
Tadpole (5 months ago)
Every little helps, thanks as always Brian. atb t ..
Britec09 (5 months ago)
You're welcome tadpole
Jim Hester (5 months ago)
I'll use the ad tools shortcut. Thanks!
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Yeah always handy to have.
Mahendar (5 months ago)
Can't connect to a network printer Is there any video buddy for this
Britec09 (5 months ago)
See what I can do.
Very good info, gonna do this for Control Panel...Thanks...
Henry47 (5 months ago)
great job & can i get your wallpaper thanks! ;-)
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Henry47 (5 months ago)
thank you!
Daytona Beach Florida (5 months ago)
"Show and Tell" video on short cuts ! You can also shortcut to ".cpl" files or enable "Godmode" Bye for now Cheers
Britec09 (5 months ago)
You love it.
Saif Sameer (5 months ago)
Thanks Brian, any tricks on how to make "dark theme" for Windows explorer?
Saif Sameer (5 months ago)
Britec09 both if any is available?
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Patched version or Microsoft version?
Rob Z (5 months ago)
Never hurts to refresh your mind, Brian
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Pretty basic stuff, requested video.
Aj (5 months ago)
Always on point. Helps newbie's alot without getting them into to much trouble, lol................ As always nice vid Brian............ AJ. Do like Matt Moore's suggestion also for sys32 runner applications. That way when they drop off as time goes by, you can just dump them.
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Yeah pretty basic video.
Wise Guy (5 months ago)
Good Video
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Ὅρα Μή· (5 months ago)
𝗣𝗟𝗘𝗔𝗦𝗘 𝗕𝗥𝗜𝗔𝗡 Do you have any fix or solution on the issue of DVD player's not playing on Windows 10? 𝗧𝗛𝗔𝗡𝗞 𝗬𝗢𝗨! I tried VLC with no luck, and I have a life's worth of photos which I can't access :(
Ὅρα Μή· (5 months ago)
+Britec09 It was fine until I was forced to reinstall the newest Windows 10 edition (anniversary or whatever its called) due to a virus inflection. I went through my stack of CD's and DVD's. Apparently my DVD Drive will only read CD's (photos /music) and application software/programs. It seems that it will not read DVD's (photos/videos) for some odd reason! Sorry for my delayed reply and 𝗧𝗛𝗔𝗡𝗞 𝗬𝗢𝗨 for your immediate response. It is much appreciated regardless if there will be a solution to this issue or not.
Britec09 (5 months ago)
You 100% sure DVD is not bad? or the DVD Drive is not bad?
Britec09 (5 months ago)
I see what I can do.
Dwayne Pipe (5 months ago)
Microsfts and others policy has alaways been "if it aint broke then fix it"...why cant they leave things alone, they have an ingrained habit of making easy to find things a hassle to find...people get used to where things are and changing them en masse just makes it yet another piece of hassle to deal with and gets peoples backs up...these companies never seem to learn... i suppose its the only way to keep their armies of coders busy, coming up with crap that nobody wants, needs or will ever use and changing things that work fine and everybody know where they are etc to make the "user experience" how they think it should be rather than what the users really want... Apart from a few instances most of the things they do are for their benefit not ours the users, no matter what they claim !..
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Not sure why they make so many changes to things, it just confuses people.
Andy Raman (5 months ago)
Sir I love the wallpaper you already on mooooon with bitcoin. What about when Ransomware software is ON And we cant get shortcuts
Britec09 (5 months ago)
I would love to go to the moon lol
Matthew Moore (5 months ago)
To create Shortcuts for Start menu items, Just drop them in C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs Also for legacy x86 / Sys32 type applications, you can right click on them in the start menu and select. "Open File Location" and just create a shortcut from there. There are several ways to do it.
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Thanks for sharing.
Yasmin Sumar (5 months ago)
Thanks.. So precise... love your desktop theme.
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Barry Lowe (5 months ago)
nice one Brian
Britec09 (5 months ago)
Thanks Barry.
Rounak Dutta (5 months ago)
Awesome video brian!
Britec09 (5 months ago)

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