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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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How to create a system folder in My Computer System folder like My Document...

How to create a system folder in My Computer System folder like My Document which appears in My computer are special folders which appear can not be deleted. Now if you want to create something like that, a folder which cannot be deleted!!!! . Here is how you do it to create a folder which cannot be deleted!!. It should work both in XP and VISTA.However a word of caution, If you don’t know about registry, either back up or don’t try this. I am not sure how to create a direct script for this so be cautious.
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Step 2: Add Custom Icon to the folder
Now create a sub key under parent key.
Name it as “DefaultIcon”.
Set the default value of this to the path of the icon image you want to use.
If you dont specify your icon, system will take default icon.
Step 3: Adding attributes
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Set the default value as “shell32.dll”
Again at the same level create another folder as “ThreadingModel” and set its value as “Apartment”
Same way create another key (under parent level) at the same level with structure as \Shell\My Folder\Command
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This has to be same which you gave when you created the first key.
Step 4 Adding Handlers
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Similar way another key is to added to parent key as “Shell Folder”
In this right click and create new binary value called as “Attributes” with value as 00 00 00 00.
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Then to \CurrentVersion\Explorer\MyComputer\NameSpace\
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