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License:
Freeware (Free)
Size:
1.69 MB
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Downloads:
5403
Platform:
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Publisher:
WareSoft Software(more)
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Publisher's Descriptions
Clean your start menu and desktop the quick and easy way with Bad Shortcut Killer from WareSoft Software. Just simply click on the Find Bad Shortcuts button and Bad Shortcut Killer quickly searches your entire start menu and your desktop for invalid shortcuts. All shortcuts found to be invalid are displayed to you in an easy to understand manner. Just simply select the shortcuts that are invalid and click on the Delete Selected Shortcuts button and just as quick and easily the bad shortcuts are deleted. Bad Shortcut Killer will do the following: Search your start menu and desktop for invalid shortcuts. Remove invalid shortcuts that it finds. Make keeping your start menu tidy quick and easy. Help keep invalid shortcuts off of your start menu and your desktop. The best part is it is Freeware. Bad Shortcut Killer works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. 64bit and 32bit versions.

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System Requirements

· 5.2 MB disk space.

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