Open dialog wizard shortcuts.This can be done via the context menu that appears when you right-click on the desktop background.In this menu, expand the section "New" and select the second line - "Shortcut."
Click "Browse" button in the first form of the master.It opens a standard dialog box, with which you need to find an object (executable file, a document file or data folder, etc.) and click "Open."
Go to the next form - click on "Next".Enter the text that will be the signature of the label below the image, and click "Finish".A new icon appears on your desktop immediately after this action.
Alternatively the same oper
ation can be done using the file manager Windows - Explorer.Run it, for example, double-clicking on the icon "Computer" on the desktop.Using the folder tree in the application, open the directory that contains the desired object (file or folder).
Create a shortcut on your desktop in one of two ways.This can be done by clicking on an object, right-click and selecting the "Send" string "Desktop (create shortcut)."And you can just drag it to the desktop, right-click.When the button is released, you will see a small menu where you select "Create a shortcut."
Use the drag operation and for making copies of labels from the main menu of the operating system.In this case, you can use both the left and right mouse button - in the first case, the context menu appears when you release the button.
to display the labels of the system components ("Basket", "Computer", "Network", and others.) Use special dialogue OS.In Windows 7 and Vista is easier to just run through the search engine - open the main menu and type in the box with the phrase "Search programs and files" text "workers."This will be sufficient to in the list of links on the search results you want appears "Shows or hides the common icons on the desktop" - click on it.In the window that opens, tick the checkbox of the components that you want to display on your desktop and click OK.