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Trick to lock desktop icons in place
By a descendant of Tambat

If you are a person who loves to change your desktop wallpaper in many cases, I loved this trick. This trick will help you arrange and Lock desktop icons to suit your background with the screen.

Let's say, you've arranged your desktop icons to look good with the background of the new screen. Someone happens to mess with this order, and find that the icons are now covering the key elements in the background of the screen. It looks really ugly, is not it? Now you have to completely re-allocation. Rearrange the icons again and continue to do so if sharing your computer with others. To avoid this mess, you can lock the icons so you do not have to repeat this arrangement. No one can hold up in practice the main screen and even if they do, you get your computer back in a way that left the last time. Not that great?
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Here a small trick that will help you to lock your icons arrangement and storage setup so no one messes with them until you want to change it yourself:

To lock the desktop icons, the first carefully arranged the way you want them to be, and then open the Registry Editor (go to Start> Run> regedit).

In the left pane of the Registry Editor, go to the key "Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ Policies \ Explorer".

Right-click in the left pane, select New> DWORD value and name it as NoSaveSettings and press the Enter key. Right-click on the item NoSaveSettings new and select Modify. Enter 1 in the Value data box, and that's all.

Once you have this desktop (including the order in your new code) is stored in your personal settings. Whenever you restart Windows, your icons will return to their original state in case of a person may change the order in your absence.

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