I use both OS XWindows, and one feature I really miss on Windows that exists on OS X, it's the desktop icons that are created when you insert a USB Drive/CD/DVD.
It has options do memorize icon placement on your desktop and the drives you want to hide from appearing on tour desktop (like your C: drive).
The resources needed are very low comparing to other similar programs.
This is similar to DeskDrive, and is similarly surprisingly handy. It is better than DeskDrive in that it offers hardlinks as a more efficient way to access temporary drives, and it seems to be free of the intermittent crashes that even the newest version of DeskDrive suffers from. DeskDrive conveniently highlights the icons it creates, and the icons it creates for USB drives include information on capacity and free space; Desktop Media does not do either of these. DeskDrive uses less memory but more pagefile space than Desktop Media. Neither program has much documentation. Both programs are very good.
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