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[Tutorial] How to Add Drive Icons In Your Windows Desktop?

Do you want to have quicker access to your system drive (or partitions), USB Drive or SD Card directly from your desktop? In this tutorial I will show you how to use a small Windows application to show fixed drives (such as C: drive) as well as removal drives (such as a USB drive or SD card) on your desktop.

To get started follow the steps below.

Step 1: First, download Desktop Media 1.7 from the publisher website. Once the download is complete, unpack the file somewhere in your computer and install it.

Step 2: Once the installation is finished, a Desktop Media icon will appear in your system tray.

Step 3: Once you insert a USB drive, SD Card, CD/DVD disk, network drives, etc… an icon of that drive will automatically appear on your desktop. Double click on that icon and the drive will open.

Step 4: If you wish to customize Desktop Media, right click on its icon located in the Windows system tray, and from the context menu choose Options.

Step 5: When new window opens up select Fixed which will also show icons of your fixed drives, such as your C:/ drive.

Step 6: You can also Select drives which you want to ignore.

Step 7: Once you are done with customization’s click OK to save your changes.

Hope you found this tutorial helpful.

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