Yes, you can use command line to save or load the desktop icons layout directly from a file on Windows 10, 8.1, 7 and all other Win OS!
Please use always the latest version of famose ► … Restore / Save icons Size and Spacing software!
For example SAVE TO FILE:
DesktopOK.exe /save /silent c:\icon_lay.dok
DesktopOK.exe /save "c:\long path name\icon_lay.dok"
Example LOAD FROM FILE:
DesktopOK.exe /load /silent c:\icon_lay.dok
/silent = don't show error messages
The file name must end with *.dok. This is a teeny overwrite protection for the other system files.
You can save the desktop icons layout not only in Windows 10, you can also save the desktop icons on Windows Server 2016 and 2012.
FAQ 25: Updated on: September 21th 2018 19:03