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Command line option to save or load the icons layout directly from a file?


Yes, you can use command line to save or load the desktop icons layout directly from a file! From DesktopOK 1.57 an higher.




For example SAVE TO FILE:
DesktopOK.exe /save /silent c:\icon_lay.dok
OR:
DesktopOK.exe /save "c:\long path name\icon_lay.dok"

Example LOAD FROM FILE:
DesktopOK.exe /load /silent c:\icon_lay.dok

/silent = don't show error messages


Info:
The file name must end with *.dok. This is a teeny overwrite protection for the other system files.





FAQ 4: Updated on: February 19th 2017 09:57



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