So i have this function: Func CreateShortcuts($Skin, $Ver) local $DaiLocation = $DaiDirectory & "\daimonin.exe" local $XpQuickBarDir = @HomeDrive & "\Documents and Settings\" & @UserName & "\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\Daimonin Client" local $XpStartMenu = @HomeDrive & "\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Daimonin\Daimonin Client" local $7QuickBarDir = @HomeDrive & "\Users\" & @UserName & "\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar\Daimonin Client" local $7StartMenu = @HomeDrive & "\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Daimonin\Daimonin Client" If $Ver = "WIN_XP" Then if BitAnd(GUICtrlRead($Desktop),$GUI_CHECKED) Then FileCreateShortcut($DaiLocation,@DesktopDir & "\Daimonin",$DaiDirectory,"--addon=" & $Skin & ".zip", $Skin & "Skin Shortcut") Endif if BitAnd(GUICtrlRead($StartMenu),$GUI_CHECKED) Then FileCreateShortcut($DaiLocation,$XpStartMenu,$DaiDirectory,"--addon=" & $Skin &".zip", $Skin & "Skin Shortcut") Endif if BitAnd(GUICtrlRead($QuickBar),$GUI_CHECKED) Then FileCreateShortcut($DaiLocation,$XpQuickBarDir,$DaiDirectory,"--addon=" & $Skin & ".zip", $Skin & "Skin Shortcut") Endif EndIf If $Ver = "WIN_7" OR "Win_VISTA" Then if BitAnd(GUICtrlRead($Desktop),$GUI_CHECKED) Then FileCreateShortcut($DaiLocation,@DesktopDir & "\Daimonin",$DaiDirectory,"--addon=" & $Skin & ".zip", $Skin & "Skin Shortcut") Endif if BitAnd(GUICtrlRead($StartMenu),$GUI_CHECKED) Then FileCreateShortcut($DaiLocation,$7StartMenu,$DaiDirectory,"--addon=" & $Skin &".zip", $Skin & "Skin Shortcut") Endif if BitAnd(GUICtrlRead($QuickBar),$GUI_CHECKED) Then FileCreateShortcut($DaiLocation,$7QuickBarDir,$DaiDirectory,"--addon=" & $Skin & ".zip", $Skin & "Skin Shortcut") Endif EndIf EndFunc Now This function works, and does exactly what its supposed too. For the taskbar it puts the file in the right directory, however windows 7 has a weird way of pinning items you need to do more then just add it to the right directory I did some reasearch on it, and its actually extremely complicated, so i was wondering if anyone else wrote something that added an item to a windows 7 taskbar? (without moving the mouse or any cheap hack like that)