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Bring back the shortcuts

Question : I'm using Windows XP SP2 now and I usually use the classic theme for performance, so the shortcut My Computer is on the desktop. I usually access the system properties by right-clicking it, but I accidentally deleted it by mistake. I tried switching the windows theme and copying the shortcut from the Windows menu, but I can't get to the system properties since it's just a normal shortcut. How do I bring it back?

Answer : Right-click anywhere on your desktop and select Properties. Go to the Desktop tab and click on Customize Desktop. Under the Desktop icons section, make sure that My Computer is checked. That will return the icon to your desktop.

 
 

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