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Windows Shortcut Arrow Editor

By hb860
Windows Shortcut Arrow Editor allows you to remove the shortcut arrow in Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista or set it to the nice custom icon. It works properly in both x86 and x64 editions of Windows and does not require to be installed. I saw that many users want remove shortcut arrow in Windows 8, so I decide to create a tool. Also it works properly in x64 editions.

Download Windows Shortcut Arrow Editor

With Windows Shortcut Arrow Editor you are able

  • to remove shortcut arrow with a single click;

  • to set classic (XP-like ) shortcut arrow with a single click;

  • to set ANY icon as shortcut arrow with a two clicks;

  • sure, to reset shortcut arrow to its default icon.



Windows Shortcut Arrow Editor is a portable application and does not require to be installed. It supports the following OS:

  • Windows 8 x86

  • Windows 8 x64

  • Windows 7 x86

  • Windows 7 x64

  • Windows Vista x86

  • Windows Vista x64



You will find the demo video at download page.

Download Windows Shortcut Arrow Editor
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jadenaq's avatar
sandstormzach's avatar
This is a must-have app. Thanks, dude.
The "Windows Shortcut Arrow Editor" has malware and will in Win 8.1 prevent access to Windows Update and other Control Panel features. 

VirusTotal's report of malware should not be taken as false positives! The report for the 64-bit version is here: www.virustotal.com/en/file/922…
Kagome421's avatar
I am using it atm with my 8.1 and am having no problems. Sorry you could not enjoy this awesome tool. Hope you figure it out.
Kagome421's avatar
The Windows Shortcut Arrow Editor does not have malware, it is a hacking tool. I use hacking tools all the time and have had no problem with them. The reason it will not pass any anti-virus is because of being a hacking tool and a lot of them will be flagged as malware just for that reason. If you have no idea what you're doing you can ruin your computer. In the list of supported OS' Windows 8.1 is not there, so that information is obvious.
chemistrylab500x's avatar
Thanks, was searching for something like this for a long time!
neiio's avatar
This is handy thanks.
PeterRollar's avatar
Good. I always remove the shortcut arrow on all of my OS.:)
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