Applications to save and restore the position of desktop icons in Windows 1 click

Since I have installed Windows 10 me something new happens, when you charge older games or open with a different screen resolution, to shut, my desk and my icons are all aligned differently than I had before, what if, we talk about 70 icons placed in a certain way, it becomes a very annoying problem.

So here you have 2 little ones programs will make backups of your layout of icons on the Windows desktop. In these programs, with a single click , you will return to have the icons on your site as if nothing had happened.

Reicon : I'm excited to say, but yesterday the application translated to Spanish, send it to the web and in 1h had updated the program with my translation, so yesterday already have the program translated into Spanish (a 10 for the maintainer of the program for its speed).

The program is so simple that when you start, click on the drawing diskette to save the order of the desktop icons or the clock with the arrow to restore.


Web ReIcon download Reicon

DesktopOK : Another great application to save your scheme windows desktop icons with more options such as autosave 4 copies or only save the order of icons when it detects a change (which is quite useful because if we forget, he does for you).


Web DesktopOK download DesktopOK

3 – There is a way to eradicate the problem of dislodgement of icons on windows 10, and it is entering the Windows registry and making some changes, everything is detailed in this document that I attached to eradicate the serious problema.Gracias to addictive Knowledge.

Manual for Windows 10, how to solve the disordering of icons


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  1. Salvador Morales León

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