I was in Start > all programmes > itunes . what i wanted to do was to create a shortcut to the desktop , what I have inadvertently done was that i held down the itunes icon and moved it to the desktop , [ thinking that it would just create an icon] but i seem to have moved the whole programme onto the desktop and i dont know how to put it back to ‘all programmes’ again, any idea’s would be grateful as it’s my daughters and she won’t be too chuffed …
Very simply. Right click on the icon in the start menu and chose “send to desktop”. Presto. BTW iTunes is horrible. I use Winamp. If you right click on a blank spot on your desktop you should get the option to “undo move” aslong as that was the last thing you did.
I seemed to have moved the whole programme to the desktop , it’s no longer in "all programmes " I just wan to move it back . its already on the desktop…
Also - I tried to click on a blank space and it just comes up with undo delete, not undo move ?
I recreated your problem and now I have the same Problem haha
If you open up Windows explorer you should be able to drag it back in to the start menu.
What you can do is… My computer-C-Program files- And then Drag the itunes folder or EXE to start and put it in the “all programs…”
so if i drag the itunes folder to the start button and then when that opens drop it in ‘all programmes’ that should do it… if I tried for a restore point would that also put it back ?
Just Drag the iTunes.Exe into the start menu and drop it in all programs. It should come up as “Shortcut to Itunes.exe” or similar… Just rename it