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Currently, my desktop icons are divided into three groups:

  1. Upper left icons in the following order:
    • Libraries
    • Computer
    • Recycle Bin
    • Network Magic
  2. Continuing to read downwards and to the right: about 2/3rds of the icons in alphabetical order Acrobat to WS FTP Pro
  3. Continuing to read downwards and to the right: the remaining 1.3 of the icons in alphabetical order.

I want to have Acrobat in the upper left and WS_FTP Pro in the lower right with all icons in pure alaphabetical order between. How can I do this?

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hint: you can actually disable auto-arrange and do it yourself if you are so obcessive compulsive... – bubu Jun 3 '11 at 11:00
    
I used to love having all my icons in order, but windows always decided to rearrange the, now... I just have myComputer and use the Windows Start (Vista/7) To search for i want.. what an improvement that is. and nice clean desktop! – ppumkin Dec 16 '11 at 8:54

You might be looking for Fences, which is a program that helps you organize your desktop (free for personal use).

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