I don’t see Shotcut listed in the list of Program along the left screen and it doesn’t appear when I search in the search screen I can find a folder within in File Explorer. Still not clear how to create the icon as I can click on the shotcut.exe but if I drag that file to the desktop and then click on it won’t open. Got to be ans easy way to iinstall and then have it reachable
The challenge is shotcut doesn’t display anywhere except when I go searching in File Folder so I can’t Send to.
Is there anyway to install Shotcut with a checkmark next to Install Desktop icon like other open source software?
That was the file I downloaded originally and clicked the .exe to install but it never shows up when I click All Programs in W10. The only place I can find that .exe file or anything re: shotcut is when I use File Explorer and find it in folder. Every other program I downloaded and installed - e.g. VLC Media Player, Libre Office shows up in All Programs so I just click on it and I can Send to Desktop or the taskabr. It’s not clear how I get shotcut to show up in All Programs or click the “Windows” flag" to reveal it. I just want to be able to open shotcut as a desktop icon, in a list of the All Programs or the taksbar. Can anyone please help wit this? Thanks.
I do not see anything in my Windows 10 labelled “All Programs.” I searched for it on Google, and this interesting article came up. In particular see “Notes”:
Yet still nothing about “All Programs.”
Another interesting search result shows a long thread indicating there used to be a button or menu item such as this in Windows 7, and a now difficult-to-find “All Apps” in Windows 10 is not exactly the same thing and not necessarily “all”. So, it seems to depend on your version of Windows 10, or it is Microsoft’s fault and may have been fixed in some “November Update” (the year is ambiguous).
Wow, I never knew Windows 10 has (had?) this fundamental problem! Maybe I need to default the new installer desktop icon checkbox on even though it bothers me and many others to have apps trying to put their self on the desktop.