label can be placed on the desktop, in the main menu of the operating system or in one of the folders on any of the drives.To open the settings necessary to access it.On the desk is simple, with the main menu, too, and to access the folder on the disk will have to use the standard file manager - "Explorer".Call it by double-clicking on the icon "Computer" on the desktop and on the single item of the same name in the main menu of the operating system.
Go to "Explorer" to the desired icon and click on it with the right mouse button to bring up the context menu.This property is located in the main menu or desktop, the way the menu is the same.Select
« Properties » - this is the bottom line in the list - and the settings window label appears on the screen.
Depending on the version of the operating system that the number of tabs in the Properties window may be different - from three to seven.Most often you need to change the settings placed on the tab "Shortcut".In the "object" we can add additional keys run the application.The drop-down menu "Window", you can select what should appear on the display window - maximized, minimized to tray or medium-sized.
On the same tab, there is a button "Change Icon" - if you want to change the image of the object, open the search dialog of the new icon by clicking on this button.The button "Location" opens a window "Explorer" in the same folder where the label is attached to a file, and "Advanced" button - a window where you can change the user on whose behalf the file will open.
If you want to change the attributes of the label, then click the "General" - it hosts several checkboxes and a button that opens the advanced settings.And on the tab "Compatibility" you can adjust the settings files start earlier if they are handled improperly installed operating system.
addition to these three in the properties of the label can be four tabs with settings that help set the access rights of different users ("Security"), "roll back" version to the previous one ("Previous Version"),compare checksums with two labels (File Hashes).