By Barry Dysert for Windows Tips

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DesktopOK is a nice little utility if you sometimes work with different screen resolutions (or otherwise have your desktop icons moved around on you). I oftentimes remote into a work system from my laptop, and when I get back on the real work machine my desktop icons are scrambled. DesktopOK is there for me.

What this utility does is allow you to save the layout of your desktop icons, name that layout, and later restore that layout. So if for any reason your icons get scrambled, just launch DesktopOK, pick the appropriate layout, and restore them.

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This excerpt appears with permission from Leo Notenboom.

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  1. I use Desktop Restore by Midi-Ox. Simply arrange your desktop, right click open space on desktop and "Save Desktop" to current resolution. Right click on open space on desktop and "Restore Desktop" to restore current resolution. That's all it does and it does it well.

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