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I want to create a folder for the icons wich are on my desktop can you help me?

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If you just want to create a folder on your desktop and you're going to put the icons there follow this:

Right click any place on your computer and click on New>Folder then after that you can rename the folder if you like, when folder is already on your desktop just drag those icon to the folder and that's it

Hope that helps................

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