Desktop Media automatically adds a shortcut to the USB drive on the desktop and deletes it



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Wouldn’t it be useful and convenient if you could add a shortcut to your USB drive on the Windows desktop to be able to open the drive easily and quickly? We already have Desk Drive on The windowsbulletin.com, so you can do it. Desktop Media is another interesting application to monitor.

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The freeware program automatically adds drive icons to your desktop. It detects USB drives, fixed drives (e.g. your hard drives), CD/DVD drives, network drives and even RAM drives. When you insert a USB drive, external drive or CD/DVD into the drive, a shortcut to that drive appears. When you remove the player, the icon disappears.

The application developer developed this utility after seeing a.NET application called Desk Drive add a shortcut to the same purpose, i.e. the USB drive. Desktop Media is a similar version of Desk Drive, but differs in that it requires less memory and offers more features.

It allows the user to select the drives to display on his screen. You can even select drives to ignore so that the software does not create shortcuts for ignored drives on your Windows desktop. All parameters to be changed are easily accessible via the program taskbar icon.

Desktop media functions :

More freeware to create shortcuts to removable media.



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