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WAGGAWAGGA Desktop Icon
Member 1st Sep, 2009 10:42
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Hullo,
I have Vista Home Premium, service pack 2 and use Secunia PSI.
Can somebody advise me how to get a Secunia PSI Icon on my desktop.
I have tried a few sources and all come up empty.
Thank You
Peter FREER

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Member 1st Sep, 2009 11:58
Peter, you do not need PSI on the Desktop.

Is it running and is the icon in the active task area of the taskbar?

If it is not then you have not permitted PSI to start with Windows.

Go to Start then look for Secunia PSI then All Programs then select it to run.
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Slamgeden RE: Desktop Icon
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1) Open in menu
2) Right-click
3) Send To -> Desktop

H.T.H

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WAGGAWAGGA RE: Desktop Icon
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Hullo to you both. Both are correct and I would just like to thank you for your assistance.
Cheers,
Pete
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Member 1st Sep, 2009 19:21
Last edited on 1st Sep, 2009 19:22 Pete, just wait until you start running Windows 7 you might even thank Microsoft. :)

Its too bad smilies don't work here. :(
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WAGGAWAGGA RE: Desktop Icon
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YoKenny,
Yes, I am waiting for Windows 7 after being an XP fan. I recently upgraded to Vista and unlike many, I don't think it is that confusing.
Though it has some pitfalls.
Cheers,
Pete
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