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    ive just downloaded burn
    hi

    ive just downloaded burn and the only place i can locate it is when i click on apple then recent items.

    what is the 1st page that comes up when you turn macbook on ( pc its called windows ) is it called os?

    i would like to add burn to this page??
    \thanks

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    There's nothing called windows when you first boot up into windows.

    There are the windows of individual apps you have open and called the same on all operating systems.

    You wouldn't happen to mean the 'desktop' would you? What you're looking at when you first boot up into the operating system and before you start any applications / programs? That screen from where everything else starts and where you can change your 'desktop' background picture?
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    thanks Bob yes desktop.

    how do i add the burn icon which is in recent items to the desktop?

    thanks again

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    If you have not changed the default location of your downloads, it is going to be in the Downloads folder which should be sitting on the right hand side of your dock unless you've removed it.

    Click on the Downloads folder, click the link inside it that says 'Open in Finder'. Then drag Burn from there to the Desktop.
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    all done bob

    thanks again

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