Especially users who frequently change the screen resolution, such as webmasters, gamers or users who often work with a projector on their notebook, are familiar with the problem that games and applications cause the screen resolution to change. If you then reset the resolution later, previously neatly placed icons will appear in a nice mess. If you don’t want to manually return the icons to their original state every time, you can use the practical freeware DesktopOK from developer Nenad Hrg.
DesktopOK saves the icon position so that you can put it back in the correct position with a mouse click. To save the arrangement of the desktop icons, simply click on the save button after starting the program. The name is assigned automatically, but can be changed. In the overview of saved layouts, the exact date and time when the icon layout was saved is displayed next to the file name. The list view can also be sorted by clicking on the column header. By clicking on the Restore button, the selected layout will be loaded. In the same way, a layout can be loaded directly from the list view with a double click. DesktopOK can optionally also be started directly with Windows. The tool can then be found in the taskbar as a small icon. From here you can access the most important functions by right-clicking. If desired, DesktopOK automatically saves the icon position at previously defined intervals.
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