Enterra Icon Keeper Deluxe is an utility integrated into Desktop popup menu that saves and restores icon layouts. By creating several profiles the user eliminates time-consuming searches for the software needed and unloads the desktop.
Dec 22, 2012 14:01:29
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Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Enterra Icon Keeper Deluxe is an elegant solution to the icons arrangement problem. With a large number of applications the user encounters a problem of their quick launch. The desktop is overloaded with all sorts of icons and the user has to waste time looking for the necessary program in the menu. Enterra Icon Keeper Deluxe is an elegant solution to the problem. By creating several profiles the user eliminates time-consuming searches for the software needed and unloads the desktop.
Profile creation and changes require minimum activity from the user with only a few mouse clicks. Shifting between profiles is also reduced to a couple of clicks. The user can create profiles by any condition arranging icons for example by type (Office applications, Graphics, Software Development, Games etc). One thing important is that icons of frequently used programs can be distributed through several profiles at the same time reducing the need of switching between the profiles. For different screen resolutions icons positions are stored separately providing for optimal use of available desktop space i.e. each resolution setting has its own set of profiles. If a PC is being operated by several users they can also define their personal settings.
Icon Keeper Deluxe also provides for instant recovery of icons positions on the desktop when they are randomly piled. When launching full screen mode applications (games as a rule) that switch current screen resolution at startup and restore previous resolution upon exit. The same effect can be observed when starting Windows in the safe mode. This trouble can not be resolved by standard tools of the OS. Once Icon Keeper Deluxe is installed the trouble disappears.
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