How to Convert a .BAT file or .VBS file into .EXE to Enable Pinning to XP Start Menu

Windows XP will not allow you to pin a shortcut to the start menu that points to a network drive. For this reason it can be necessary to write a batch file to launch a program. The issue is that a shortcut pointed to a .bat file also contains no “Pin to Start Menu” option. While it can be dragged onto the start menu, this leaves no option for scripting these shortcuts.

The simple solution is to convert the .bat file to an .exe file and lucky for us Windows XP includes a tool that can do it…

To downlaod the Tutorial –



2 comments so far

  1. MaNsOoR on

    XHTML: You can use these tags:

  2. domen_h on

    vx,vx…you need this for making exe viruses..probably….:P bad boy

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