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I just upgraded my system to the Windows 7 RTM, and I've noticed they took away the ability to customize the shortcuts in the Games Explorer.

Is there a third-party application that would allow me to customize the shortcuts without having to do so manually? I know how to do it, but it's a pain, and I'd rather have a GUI do the dirty work for me.

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There is a program available called Vista Game Explorer Editor.

Reports are that it does work with Windows 7.

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Well, it works, but it's really buggy and unintuitive. I'll wait for something else, and if nothing comes up, I'll mark this as the accepted answer. +1 for at least giving me something. – Sasha Chedygov Aug 27 '09 at 6:15
Actually, after reformatting my hard drive, this doesn't work at all. :( – Sasha Chedygov Sep 17 '09 at 0:13

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