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MSI Desk Drive v2.1.2
Desk Drive v2.1.2 Automatic drive/media shortcuts for your desktop Desk Drive™ solves a really annoying problem. You pop a USB thumb drive or DVD into your computer and then you have to open Window’s Explorer and find the mapped drive or folder. Desk Drive adds a desktop icon pointing to the drive automatically. Remove the media and the shortcut goes away. Brilliantly simple and effective. Desk Drive sits quietly in the system tray. Configuration (image at right) is just a click away and allows you to specify which types of media to monitor. So simple, it just works. Languages English Arabic (Syrian) Chinese Croatian Czech Dutch (Belgium) Dutch (Netherlands) Finnish French Galician German Hungarian Italian Japanese Korean Polish Portuguese (Brazilian) Russian Slovenian Spanish Traditional Chinese Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 2,017 Jul 02, 2020
Mike Ward
LiNK Fixer v0.3.3 32bit
LiNK Fixer v0.3.3 32bit The shortcut's target CAN be found! LiNK Fixer is a small, free, simple Windows accessory which does search and replace text inside ".lnk" files, aka. Windows shortcuts, re-linking them to the correct target. If you move some files, folders, or even a whole drive (perhaps to a new drive letter), LiNK Fixer can correct the shortcut's internal path, so that it works again. Simple as that. What makes LiNK Fixer especially useful, is its ability to apply these changes recursively through a directory tree, fixing the broken paths of every shortcut inside a folder, even your entire system, with just one click. Usage.. There is nothing to it. Simply enter the path to scan, a string to search for and a string to replace it with, click "Do It!". Extras.. LiNK Fixer has a few extra features you might find handy.. Firstly, the inputs are all "combo" inputs; your past strings are remembered for easy selection from the drop-down - a real time-saver. You can also right-click the combo chevron for options to delete the current item and wipe the list, if required. LiNK Fixer can be set to always-on-top, so it won't get stuck behind other windows. But even if that is switched off, you can bring LiNK Fixer to the front by simply hovering your mouse over its system tray icon. Click LiNK Fixer's tray icon to show/hide the main LiNK Fixer window. Portable operation.. If there is a copy of of the preference file (LiNK Fixer.ini) sitting right next to the program (LiNK Fixer.exe), it will automatically switch to portable mode, so you can happily put LiNK Fixer in a Pen-Drive, DVD, Blu-Ray, or wherever you like. Normally, your LiNK Fixer.ini is stored in your user folder (C:\Users\<Your-name>\corz\LiNK Fixer). By the way, if you ever need to manually edit your preferences (unlikely), there ...
5/5 777 Jul 02, 2020
corz.org
LiNK Fixer v0.3.3 64bit
LiNK Fixer v0.3.3 64bit The shortcut's target CAN be found! LiNK Fixer is a small, free, simple Windows accessory which does search and replace text inside ".lnk" files, aka. Windows shortcuts, re-linking them to the correct target. If you move some files, folders, or even a whole drive (perhaps to a new drive letter), LiNK Fixer can correct the shortcut's internal path, so that it works again. Simple as that. What makes LiNK Fixer especially useful, is its ability to apply these changes recursively through a directory tree, fixing the broken paths of every shortcut inside a folder, even your entire system, with just one click. Usage.. There is nothing to it. Simply enter the path to scan, a string to search for and a string to replace it with, click "Do It!". Extras.. LiNK Fixer has a few extra features you might find handy.. Firstly, the inputs are all "combo" inputs; your past strings are remembered for easy selection from the drop-down - a real time-saver. You can also right-click the combo chevron for options to delete the current item and wipe the list, if required. LiNK Fixer can be set to always-on-top, so it won't get stuck behind other windows. But even if that is switched off, you can bring LiNK Fixer to the front by simply hovering your mouse over its system tray icon. Click LiNK Fixer's tray icon to show/hide the main LiNK Fixer window. Portable operation.. If there is a copy of of the preference file (LiNK Fixer.ini) sitting right next to the program (LiNK Fixer.exe), it will automatically switch to portable mode, so you can happily put LiNK Fixer in a Pen-Drive, DVD, Blu-Ray, or wherever you like. Normally, your LiNK Fixer.ini is stored in your user folder (C:\Users\<Your-name>\corz\LiNK Fixer). By the way, if you ever need to manually edit your preferences (unlikely), there ...
5/5 782 Jul 02, 2020
corz.org
SCURLed v1.0.1
SCURLed v1.0.1 Easily batch edit Windows .LNK and .URL shortcut files. Supported OS: Windows 7. Probably works, but not tested, on Windows XP/Vista/8/10. Changes: v1.0.1 - 2019-02-07 ! Fixed an issue when loading URL files from the File > Open menu. (Thanks, berkland) Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 505 Jul 02, 2020
Jody Holmes
Shortcuts Search And Replace v1.7.0 32bit
Shortcuts Search And Replace v1.7.0 32bit Shortcuts Search And Replace allows to do easy operations on shortcuts : - Search for shortcuts target path, working directory, arguments, and icon location content - Replace multiple shortcuts target path, working directory, arguments, and icon location content (useful when moving portable applications to another drive or another folder) - Search dead links, to resolve or delete them (multiple resolves/delete in single click) Shortcuts Search And Replace allows to do easy operations on shortcuts : - Search for shortcuts target path, working directory, arguments, and icon location content - Replace multiple shortcuts target path, working directory, arguments, and icon location content (useful when moving portable applications to another drive or another folder) - Search dead links, to resolve or delete them (multiple resolves/delete in single click) ShortcutsSearchAndReplace can manage multiple custom directories. Two options are availables. You can enter in the "Custom Path" field either - Multiple directories split by ';' like "C:\Directory1;C:\Directory2;C:\Directory3" - The path of a text file containing one directory per line with "File:" prefix like "File:C:\YourTextFile.txt" During the replace preview of replace operation, if the modified link won't target an existing file, the item is automatically unchecked and a warning image is used for the shortcut Changes: Version 1.7.0 March 24 2019 - Option to only set args of some specific links - Small GUI changes (Custom Folder renamed into Search Folder)
5/5 1,072 Jul 02, 2020
Jacquelin Potier
Shortcuts Search And Replace v1.7.0 64bit
Shortcuts Search And Replace v1.7.0 64bit Shortcuts Search And Replace allows to do easy operations on shortcuts : - Search for shortcuts target path, working directory, arguments, and icon location content - Replace multiple shortcuts target path, working directory, arguments, and icon location content (useful when moving portable applications to another drive or another folder) - Search dead links, to resolve or delete them (multiple resolves/delete in single click) Shortcuts Search And Replace allows to do easy operations on shortcuts : - Search for shortcuts target path, working directory, arguments, and icon location content - Replace multiple shortcuts target path, working directory, arguments, and icon location content (useful when moving portable applications to another drive or another folder) - Search dead links, to resolve or delete them (multiple resolves/delete in single click) ShortcutsSearchAndReplace can manage multiple custom directories. Two options are availables. You can enter in the "Custom Path" field either - Multiple directories split by ';' like "C:\Directory1;C:\Directory2;C:\Directory3" - The path of a text file containing one directory per line with "File:" prefix like "File:C:\YourTextFile.txt" During the replace preview of replace operation, if the modified link won't target an existing file, the item is automatically unchecked and a warning image is used for the shortcut Changes: Version 1.7.0 March 24 2019 - Option to only set args of some specific links - Small GUI changes (Custom Folder renamed into Search Folder)
5/5 1,094 Jul 02, 2020
Jacquelin Potier
ShortcutsMan v1.10 32bit
ShortcutsMan v1.10 32bit ShortcutsMan displays the details about all shortcuts that you have on your desktop and under your start menu. Broken shortcuts (shortcuts that point to file that doesn't exist) are automatically painted with pink color. You select one or more shortcuts, and then delete them, resolve them or save the shortcut's details to HTML/Text/XML file. Versions History Version 1.10: Added support for 'Quick Launch' folder. Added x64 build. System Requirements Windows 98 though Windows 10. Using ShortcutsMan ShortcutsMan is a standalone program, so it doesn't require any installation or additional DLLs. In order to start using it, just copy the executable (shman.exe) to any folder you like, and run it. After running ShortcutsMan utility, wait until the shortcuts list is loaded. The main window of ShortcutsMan displays the list of all shortcuts that you have on your desktop and under your start menu. Broken shortcuts (shortcuts that point to file that doesn't exist) are automatically painted with pink color. You select one or more shortcuts, and then delete them, resolve them or save the shortcut's details to HTML/Text/XML file. Resolving shortcuts When you find one or more broken shortcuts (shortcuts that point to file that doesn't exist), in your system, you can try to fix them by using the "Resolve Selected Shortcuts" option. If the filename was changed or moved to another folder, the resolving process will fix the shortcut so it'll point to a valid filename. Command-Line Options /folder <Folder> Load the shortcuts list from the specified folder instead of loading them from the standard desktop/start menu folders. /folders <Folder> Similar to /folder option, but also scan all subfolders under the specified folder. /stext <Filename> Save all shortcuts information into a regular text file. /stab <Filename> Save all shortcuts information into ...
5/5 5,603 Jul 02, 2020
Nir Sofer
ShortcutsMan v1.10 64bit
ShortcutsMan v1.10 64bit ShortcutsMan displays the details about all shortcuts that you have on your desktop and under your start menu. Broken shortcuts (shortcuts that point to file that doesn't exist) are automatically painted with pink color. You select one or more shortcuts, and then delete them, resolve them or save the shortcut's details to HTML/Text/XML file. Versions History Version 1.10: Added support for 'Quick Launch' folder. Added x64 build. System Requirements Windows 98 though Windows 10. Using ShortcutsMan ShortcutsMan is a standalone program, so it doesn't require any installation or additional DLLs. In order to start using it, just copy the executable (shman.exe) to any folder you like, and run it. After running ShortcutsMan utility, wait until the shortcuts list is loaded. The main window of ShortcutsMan displays the list of all shortcuts that you have on your desktop and under your start menu. Broken shortcuts (shortcuts that point to file that doesn't exist) are automatically painted with pink color. You select one or more shortcuts, and then delete them, resolve them or save the shortcut's details to HTML/Text/XML file. Resolving shortcuts When you find one or more broken shortcuts (shortcuts that point to file that doesn't exist), in your system, you can try to fix them by using the "Resolve Selected Shortcuts" option. If the filename was changed or moved to another folder, the resolving process will fix the shortcut so it'll point to a valid filename. Command-Line Options /folder <Folder> Load the shortcuts list from the specified folder instead of loading them from the standard desktop/start menu folders. /folders <Folder> Similar to /folder option, but also scan all subfolders under the specified folder. /stext <Filename> Save all shortcuts information into a regular text file. /stab <Filename> Save all shortcuts information into ...
5/5 854 Jul 02, 2020
Nir Sofer
   
 
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