Windows 10: Google Earth problems


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       24 Nov 2015 #1

    Google Earth problems


    This latest W10 seems to have a problem with Google Earth. No icon appears on the desktop, so after shutting down a new installation, there is no way to reload the program. Anyone else having this problem?
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  2.    24 Nov 2015 #2

    If you don't have a desktop shortcut for Google Earth...
    Click on start menu then click all apps then find Google Earth on the list. When you find click on it and google earth it will open.
    Or you right click on it and pin it to start menu or you can right click and open file location and find the short cut and send to
    (create shotcut)desktop... Note: I have it on my windows 10 works fine...
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