Command to display my computer on desktop Tags: Configuration Desktops Command Prompt Display Computers Windows XP Last response: March 11, 2010 6:49 AM in Windows XP Share Anonymous March 11, 2010 6:04:08 AM Does anybody know how to have a batch file wich displays the my computer icon on the desktop ? Thanks in advance More about : command display computer desktop saran008 March 11, 2010 6:20:35 AM Right click on Task bar (bar on bottom of windows) > Properties>Start menu > Select Classic Start menu>Apply>OK. You will see my computer icon in desktop. If you are not getting, Right click on desktop > Desktop>Customize Desktop>Select the icons to be shown in desk top. Hope this helps Anonymous March 11, 2010 6:49:09 AM Thanks for the quick answer? However is it possible to have a little .exe file or a batch file wich when double clicking on it it automatically changes this settings. Thanks Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCreating desktop shortcuts from the command line? ForumCommand & Conquer Generals: Zero Hour - Mismatch Error ForumFrequent "cannot display webpage" errors on one of my computers?? Forumdon't display background with remote desktop ForumHow to display a computer password using command prompt ForumPass the user Password by Command line ForumHard Disc Testing: Command Line Options ForumCompressed (zipped) Folder - command line variant? Forumswitches for the control command ? Forumrestarting in command prompt ForumWeird desktop glitch ForumDisplay ram lower then actual ram? ForumListing hidden files at command line ForumRemote Desktop & Control Alt Del command How to? ForumMissile Command VGA replacement display OK? ForumBTX Technology/Native Command Queuing Forumsafe mode command prompt ForumHow to make the tv display the full desktop from my PC ForumHELP!!! Please with Windows XP Forum[Solved] My computer wont boot to windows boots to fake virus More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !