How to keep computer icons in a prescribrf area ? Tags: Configuration Icons Computers Windows XP Last response: November 20, 2012 7:22 PM in Windows XP Share irsk1 November 20, 2012 7:16:34 PM my computer icons gravitated to the left of the screen, how do i get them to remain as directed ? More about : computer icons prescribrf area PhilFrisbie November 20, 2012 7:22:49 PM Right click on the desktop and un-check the option Auto Arrange. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources I have just downloaded a windows xp home edition 2002 version onto my computer and now there is no LAN local area network icon Forum If auto arrange is not checked how can i keep my icons from moving Forum SolvedHow do I keep my case's LEDs turned ON when my computer is switched OFF Forum How do I keep the HDMI signal from my computer to my receiver alive, even when switching or turning off the display? Forum How to show the local area connection icon Forum how do i remove an icon from the hidden icons on vaio computer Forum How to remove local area connection icon from taskbar Forum How to migrate from a Raid 0 to a SSD and keep the Raid in the same computer Forum Solvedhow to keep all my programs if i change computers Forum How can I keep things on the seagate after I have removed them from the computer ? When I take pictures off the computer it al Forum How to share my file to the other computer using local area connection.. Forum Solvedmy computer keeps looping through start up repair any idea of how to get it out Forum How to adjust samsung led tv as a computer monitor the desk top icons hidden Forum How to group icons on computer Forum How do i recover my desktop icons on my home computer? Forum How long will my computer keep up? Forum How to group icons on computer Forum How to fix icons on computer Forum How will i group the icons in my computer Forum SolvedHow do I wipe my computer for resale while keeping windows? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !