In principle it should be just a case of marking the file as executable in Properties/Permissions, but on 13.04 this seems not to work for me (even directly on the file, with [Desktop Entry] Version=1.0 Exec=/home/yourname/bin/ssh_Name=SSH Server Generic Name=SSH Server Comment=Connect to My Server Encoding=UTF-8 Terminal=true Type=Application Categories=Application; Network; The "trap" for me was that I searched via right-clicking on the file for a way to change the behaviour (to have a script run instead of opened in gedit). Rather open from the "regular" menu-bar: Edit-Preferences-Behaviour and change to "run" or "ask each time".Comment: For my taste there should be a way to run a program via right-clicking too.The method is almost same, but instead of application target, we will enter website URL.Hello, If you did not format your flash drive, then check whether the files are not in hidden mode. Step 1: Click on the below link and download the file "Autorun Exterminator" Extract it -- Right-click in the Command Prompt and paste it. Step 3: After that, download the Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware from the below link Update it --as soon as I send files(say a word file) to my pendrive and refresh it a same name file shortcut appears in it and if I refresh it the scond tym then only the sortcut remains ,, when I open the file it open as normal file .. Once the cmd prompt with black background appears type the following and hit Enter: attrib -h -r -s /s /d f:\*.* (Assuming f: is the drive letter for your USB flash drive in my computer.) 6.
Windows Vista lets you create shortcuts to just about anything (you can even create shortcuts to printers!
) This tutorial will show you three quick ways to create shortcuts to a file or folder: we will cover the context menu (right-click menu), a keyboard shortcut, and a mouse shortcut.
We will also explain how to create multiple shortcuts at once, to multiple files, and explain the " The first way to create a shortcut is to right-click on the file: from the context menu that opens, click Create Shortcut.
Typing the names of these websites over and over again becomes too time consuming and obviously, boring.
I figured out a way to create a desktop shortcut for it through which you can open unlimited number of websites in multiple browser tabs.