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Start64!Save and restore the positions of icons. DesktopOK is a small but effective solution for user that have to change the screen resolution often. DesktopOK does not have to be installed and can be executed easily from the desktop, and can be carried on a small usb-stick or other memory device.

DesktopOK 64bit version


  • Save your favorite icon locations for each screen resolution
  • Each user can then have his own arrangement
  • Automatically hide and display desktop icons
  • Minimises to tray area for easy access
  • Easily minimize all of the windows on your screen
  • Launch at Windows startup
  • Autosave
  • Portable

DesktopOK 64bit version
DesktopOK - 64bit software

  • Current version: 4.14
  • Release date: 2015-06-27

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