NoNameIt

NoNameIt crack/keygen

Version 2.1
Updated Aug 13th 2016
Company
Rating 4.3
248 4.3
Crack Size 209 KB
Downloads 3078
Systems Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit
Category desktop-enhancements

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NoNameIt

It is normally very easy to tell your desktop shortcuts apart based on their icons alone, often making labels unnecessary. However, while you can remove the names of Start Menu shortcuts, this is not possible in the case of desktop shortcuts.

NoNameIt is a lightweight application that provides you with a solution. It enables you to remove the labels of shortcuts stored in any location on your PC, and it is very intuitive, as well as fully portable.

Once you have launched the application, you have to specify which folder needs to be processed, and then select the icons you wish to modify.

After the operation has been completed, labels should be removed from all shortcut files in the designated folder. You can easily rename them later, as well as move them freely.

You have the option of creating a backup of the current state of the selected directory, and then restoring the original icons at any time. The backup file is saved in the same folder, but you can move it to any location and open it whenever you wish to undo any modifications.

Inexperienced users should find NoNameIt Crack to be very accessible, as the UI features a straightforward layout, and the program's functions are fairly self-explanatory.

It is also worth noting that the NoNameIt does not need to be installed on your PC before use, and it does not store any additional data on your PC other than the created backup files.

You can launch the program from any location, even portable storage devices, without leaving any traces behind.

On the whole, NoNameIt does its job quite well. It can help you remove labels from shortcut files, and the entire process is completed no time at all. Losing important data is not a problem thanks to the application's backup feature, and first-time users should find the minimalistic UI to be very accessible.

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