Advice 1: How to restore deleted shortcuts

Shortcuts of programs, files, data and folders on the desktop are added to the operating system interface easy and convenient way to launch apps and load in them frequently-used documents. Alas, the screen space is limited and from time to time have to remove part of the accumulated badges. Sometimes they go to the recycle bin, and shortcuts that after some time you need to recover.
How to restore deleted shortcuts
You will need
  • Windows 7 or Vista.
Instruction
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Deleted the usual way (by pressing Delete or selecting "Remove") labels fall into intermediate storage of deleted files in the recycle bin. Getting them back that easy, start this procedure with a double-click with the left mouse button on the icon "Trash" on the desktop. This action will open the "Explorer" window to list the contents of the basket. Locate the labels and return to original location by selecting "Restore" from the context menu by clicking the right button of the mouse.
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If you need labels have been removed permanently, for example, by pressing the Delete button in combination with Shift, to return them from recycle bin will not succeed. In this way objects are deleted, bypassing the recycle bin, so you are left with two options of recovery is to roll back the system to the time when the labels were still in the right place, or create them anew. If you decide to use the first option, open the main menu, type "vos" and press Enter. So you run a system application by which you need to choose one of the saved system restore points (they are sorted by dates), and the rest of the program will make.
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If you choose the second option - re-create shortcut - search in the main menu or using the "Conductor" of the desired program or data files and click and drag them to the desktop. This will appear a small menu where choose "Create shortcut".
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Shortcuts operating system components, "Basket", "Computer", "control Panel", etc are removed differently, so different there must be a way to restore them. These icons are not sent to the recycle bin, the OS just turns off their display on the desktop by modifying the appropriate settings. To restore these shortcuts, you must manually change the settings. To do this, open the main menu, e.g. press Win, type the letters "OTO" and press Enter. The screen will display the window titled "desktop icon Settings" and a set of checkboxes, each of which is responsible for displaying one of the labels. Check the boxes next to those components of the OS, the shortcuts which you want to return. Then press the OK button.

Advice 2: How to restore recycle bin shortcut on the desktop

Basket in the Windows environment performs the useful function of storing deleted files recovery. Usually its icon is on your working table for easy working with files of any user. However, due to the action programs or viruses the icon for the Recycle bin may disappear from the desktop. To restore it, perform the following steps.
How to restore recycle bin shortcut on the desktop
You will need
  • - administrator rights.
Instruction
1
Open "My computer". Navigate to the disk and click on the "Organize" in the upper left corner of the window. In the menu select "folder Options" and search for and click on the tab "View". Uncheck the item "Hide protected operating system files" and agree with the change. Then find "Hidden files and folders" below and check the button "Show hidden files, folders, and drives".
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Click with the right mouse button on the desktop background. In menu, select "New" — "Shortcut". The system asks you to specify the path to the program, which will maintain the generated icon. Open C drive find the folder $Recycle.Bin is a system folder name "Trash". This file is always stored in the operating system, as is the main file that allows you to restore the recycle bin on the desktop desktop personal computer.
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Click OK, and desktop desktop a new icon will appear. The system automatically fills in for him, the picture of the basket. The figure will also be a tiny arrow, which indicates that this icon is a manually created label, not the system icon. However, this does not affect the operating system of your computer. You can poison the junk files to the Trash.
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If the desktop table is not displayed at all no shortcuts, you can restore them with a few simple operations in the system. Right click the mouse on the desktopfrom the table menu, select "View", and check the box next to "Show desktop icons". Next, the system will automatically save these settings and displays all shortcuts in a given time are on a personal computer.

Advice 3: How to restore desktop shortcuts

The task of restoring shortcuts desktop computer running Windows can be called as the failure of the settings, and the impact of malware.
How to restore desktop shortcuts
Instruction
1
Open the context menu of the desktop computer running the Windows OS version XP, click the right mouse button on empty space and select "Properties". Use the tab "desktop" in the dialog box, and click "customize desktop". Apply the check boxes in the rows for the desired item and confirm saving the changes by pressing the OK button.
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Open the context menu of the desktop PC is running Windows version 7 or Vista, click the right mouse button on empty space and select "Personalize". Open the link "Change icons of the desktop" and apply the check boxes for the desired components. Confirm the selected actions by clicking the OK button.
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If you cannot restore the desktop icons by the method described above run utility task Manager by simultaneously pressing function keys Ctrl, Alt and Del. Go to the "Applications" tab of the resulting window and click "New task". Type regedit in the Open box in the new dialog window.
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Expand the branch HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion and expand the folder named Winlogon double click. Select the parameter with the name Shell and open it also by double-clicking. Change the value of this key to explorer.exe and confirm saving the changes by pressing the OK button.
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Navigate to the Image File Execution Options folder, located in the same branch, and remove the option explorer.exe in the right part of the dialog box. Save the made changes by pressing OK button and exit the utility registry editor.
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If all these steps don't restore the desktop icons, use a specialized application of AVZ to restore normal operation of the system.
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