Question about AOL Computers & Internet
If you are able to access the application and don't already have an icon then you are likely starting the application from within your Windows Explorer. That said, right click on the .exe file that you use to start the application and then select "send to" and choose "Desktop". That will put a "short cut" on your desktop to the application start file.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OK what OS are you using..I am assuming Xp or Vista...I am assuming XP
These are desktop icons not system tray icons right...
This is for XP only if they are desktop icons...
To resolve this behavior, turn on the Show Desktop Icons feature:
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
Go to the FSX directory, find FSX.exe, right-click it with the mouse, and whilst holding the right button down, drag to your desktop and release the button. Choose "create shortcut here" from the fly-out menu. This will sort it. Good luck
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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