DesktopOK 7.71


Maximize the number of windows desktop icon

Change Windows Desktop Icon Size

Minimizes to tray area for easy access.

Portable Windows app.

Autosave the Desktop Icon Layout

Change Language


Automatically hide and display desktop icons

Save your favorite icon locations for each screen resolution.

Easily minimize all of the windows on your screen

Launch at Windows startup.

Each user can then have his own arrangement.

Whats New (version 7.71)

- Small fine-tuning and general optimization for all Windows 10 OS

- Important update of the language files

Full Details
App NameDesktopOK
PublisherNenad Hrg
Publisher web site
Release DateJuly 10, 2015
Last Update On2020/08/08
File Size107.18KB
Main OSWindows
Compatible WithWindows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7/8/10
CategoryDesktop Enhancements
SubcategoryDesktop Customization
Total Downloads61616
Downloads Last 7 Days11
PRICE And Limits
License ModelFree
LimitationsNot available

DesktopOK is a solution for users that have to change the screen resolution. It is also good for windows users who often have to work with a projector on the notebook eg laptop or tablet-pc. It allows you to save your icon locations for each screen resolution. Each user can then have, his own arrangement. Minimize to tray area for easy access. Launch at Windows startup. DesktopOK does not have to be installed and can be executed easily from the desktop, and can be carried on a small USB-stick or other memory device.

DesktopOK is a basic, compact program that lets you save and restore the positions of your desktop icons. It’s nothing fancy, but if you frequently end up with a desktop full of scrambled icons, this program could make your life just a little bit easier.After you change the screen resolution you can find icon chaos on the windows desktop, as if a bomb had hit it. The icon position will shift and Windows will not correctly restore the desktop icon position.

The program’s interface is basic, and although it’s fairly easy to figure out by virtue of its lack of features, some tool tips for the buttons would have been nice, especially the “Punch the Icons” button, which rearranges all of the icons on the desktop, as we learned the hard way. Fortunately, we’d already used DesktopOK to save our icon layout and were able to restore it easily, but we’d have been pretty irritated if we’d clicked the Punch the Icons button first. Using DesktopOK is fairly straightforward: simply click the Save button to save the current arrangement of icons and Restore to fix them after they’ve become disorganized. You can save multiple icon arrangements and name them for reference. The program comes with a brief HTML Help file that opens in Internet Explorer, which is mildly annoying. Overall, DesktopOK certainly isn’t sophisticated, but it is an easy-to-use tool for tidying up your desktop icons after they’ve gotten out of place. We like that it’s small and portable, making it easy to keep handy on a thumb drive.