I would like a GUI program capable to open/read a shortcut file and modify all of its properties, with total ease (like for example showing the original values in a editable textbox, and a button to save any changes made, preferably with some kind of good error-handling for syntax error and/or non-existent paths).
It must be a standalone program with a graphical user-interface. Not a command-line application.
The program must be focused to perform this task, preferably having a functionality implemented to drag shortcuts to the program's window. Avoid hexadecimal programs.
The program can run under Windows 10 x64.
The program can modify EVERY property of a shortcut file, including target file path, working directory and icon file (and icon index).
Freeware. But paid alternatives are welcome to discuss.
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