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TweakNow DriveShortcut: Create Desktop Shortcuts For Drives In Windows As In Mac And Ubuntu

On Mac or Ubuntu, every time you plug an external hard disk into your computer, a shortcut for that drive will be added to your desktop. This shortcut will be automatically removed when the drive is unplugged. The same thing happens for CD or DVD. Would you like to add this nice feature to your Windows? With TweakNow DriveShortcut you can bring this feature to Windows.

TweakNow DriveShortcut is a simple to use application designed to make it easy for you to access any of your fixed, removable, network drives or DVD drive directly from the desktop.

TweakNow DriveShortcut sits quietly on the tray area and places the shortcuts on your desktop as soon as a new drive or media is connected and remove the shortcuts when you unplug the drives from your computer.

From TweakNow DriveShortcut configuration option, you can select which drive types should be displayed on your desktop and whether their position should be remembered.

You can download TweakNow DriveShortcut from source here


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