How remove icons from desktop?
i want to speed up my computer.if i delete the icons from the desktop did the speed will increase
1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
2. Double-click Display, click the Desktop tab, and then click Customize Desktop.
3. Click to select the check boxes for the desktop items that you want to display, or click to clear the check boxes for the desktop items that you want to remove.
With your desktop open, right click on the offending icon, and then click on delete.
It's unlikely that you will speed up your computer by deleting your desktop icons - you'd be better off removing the programs you don't use to gain some extra disk space, however to remove them you just right click on the icon and choose 'delete'.
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