iTop Easy Desktop User Manual

Welcome to iTop Easy Desktop

iTop Easy Desktop is a lightweight and easy-to-use desktop manager to organize your desktop icons, files, and folders according to your own rules, bringing you a clutter-free desktop. Different from other traditional desktop managers, it can unique your desktop with fantastic wallpapers and personalized boxes. Besides, it delivers various practical features including but not limited to protecting your files with passwords, grouping desktop items, smart search, and quickly accessing icons and files even on multiple desktop pages.

The following guide will help you get familiar with iTop Easy Desktop quickly.

System Requirements

• Windows 7 and above (64-bit system only)

• 300 MB of free disk space

• 1024*768 screen resolution and above

Download & Installation

1) Click here to download the latest version of iTop Easy Desktop.

2) Double-click the downloaded itop-easy-desktop-setup.exe to start the installation. Then follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.


You can uninstall iTop Easy Desktop by following Uninstall Instruction.


Users can update iTop Easy Desktop by following the instruction below:

Open the main window of iTop Easy Desktop > Click the Options icon at the top right > Click Check for Updates. In the options, you can also change the language of the program interface.


Get Started

Once iTop Easy Desktop is installed, you can see a welcome screen providing a choice to start iTop Easy Desktop with Quick start or Customize.

Quick start means all the items on the desktop will be automatically and intelligently sorted out into different boxes according to the preset rules.

Customize means all the items on the desktop will be automatically arranged and aligned to grid. Then you can create boxes and put the desktop items into different boxes according to your needs.


No matter which method you choose to start iTop Easy Desktop, you will have options to choose whether to pin Search Mini or ChatAI on your desktop for a quick launch.


Glance at Main Interface

When you open iTop Easy Desktop, you will get the main interface like the following screenshot. The navigation bar is divided into four parts: Boxes, Wallpapers, Search, and Widgets, which are the main features of iTop Easy Desktop. Let's get familiar with them one by one.



In the Boxes panel, there are five tabs: Box, Appearance, Organization, Quick Actions, and Layout.

Enable Boxes

Under the Box tab, you can decide whether to assign your desktop icons into those boxes or not by toggling on/off the checkbox "Enable Boxes".


By clicking each box, you can edit each box separately, such as renaming or changing the background color.


Create a Box

There are four ways to create a box.

1. Click the add-icon icon to create a new box directly. Additionally, you can create a Folder Portal or Private Box in this way.


2. Left click your mouse and hold to draw a rectangle on the desktop. Then you will have the option "Create a Box" next to this rectangle.


3. Right click the mouse on any blank area of your desktop, then click iTop Easy Desktop and select Create a Box.


4. Select the items you want to put into a box, right click the mouse, and select Create a Box for these icons.


Under Appearance, you can customize boxes' appearence, such as choosing whether to show titles, coloring the box, and changing the fonts of the boxes' titles.


Under Organization, you can create your own rules for each box, deciding how to group your desktop items.


Under Quick Actions, there are some quick actions to help you get a neat desktop, access boxes, and choose to open items by single-click or double-click, etc.


Under Layout, you can decide the boxes' layout when changes are made, like the resolution is changed.


Private Box

Private Box needs to be mentioned especially because it offers a password protection to your important files and folders. After you add the files and folders to the Private Box and lock the box with a password, then the password will be required when anyone tries to access those items.

You can add a Private Box under the Boxes tab by clicking the add-icon icon and selecting Create a Private Box, or right click on any blank area of your desktop > select iTop Easy Desktop > select Enable Private Box.

Note:You can only create one private box. Once there is a private box created, the option Create a Private Box won't be displayed.

No matter which way you choose to create a private box, you will be asked to set the password for Private Box and provide your email address so that you can reset your password in case you forgot it. Then you can move the files/folders you want to protect into Private Box.

After that, whenever you want to access the files/folders, you need to enter the password first.

Note: Please remember the password and the email address you set for Private Box.



Wallpapers in iTop Easy Desktop can help you unique your desktop. It provides various vivid wallpapers including Live Wallpapers, Static Wallpapers, and Solid Colors. You can also click the + Add icon at the top right to add your own wallpapers.

Note: All wallpapers are uploaded by enthusiastic users. If you believe there is infringing one, please contact our support team directly. We will remove the wallpaper immediately from iTop Easy Dekstop.


Scroll your mouse to view them and click the cloud icon "Click to download" to download the one you love. Then this live wallpaper gives you two icons: the Play icon allows you to apply this wallpaper to your desktop, while the Plus icon allows you to add this wallpaper to the playlist. In this way, you can set your desktop to play all your loved live wallpapers.

At the bottom of Live Wallpapers, the Playlist settings allow you to set its play order & volume, delete unwanted wallpapers, and even clear the whole playlist.


Static Wallpapers

Scroll your mouse to find the wallpaper you love and click the cloud icon "Click to download" to download, and then click the Play icon to apply this wallpaper.


Solid Colors

It allows you to set your wallpaper to the color you like by just clicking on the color.


In Settings of Wallpapers, you can enable/disable live wallpapers, choose how to play live wallpapers and which screens to apply wallpapers when you have multiple monitors.



Widgets includes three practical tools: Schedule, iNotes, and Clock.

Note: To use these widgets, you need to enable Boxes first.


Schedule is designed to help you organize your to-do list easily on your desktop and remind you of important events timely.

Once Schedule is enabled, you will find a Schedule box on your desktop. To create a schedule, please click a date > click the "+" button > enter the content on the prompt window. Clicking "More settings" will help you specify this schedule with more details, like whether to repeat this schedule, when to end the repeat, and descriptions for this schedule.


iNote is very helpful if you want to take notes directly on your desktop when you are browsing or reading.

Once iNote is enabled, you can take notes on your desktop. You can copy the content from other files or browsers and paste to iNote, or write your important notes directly on your desktop. Clicking the "Options" icon on the top left of iNotes, you can decide the colors of your notes and find more operations for notes.

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Clock will help you get an eye-catching clock on your desktop. The clock can be displayed in two styles, dial clock or digital clock. You can switch the clock style by clicking the "switch" icon at the top right corner. The "Options" icon will help you configure your clock, including the appearance, and whether to show the second.

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Technical Support


Please open the main window of iTop Easy Desktop > click the Options icon at the top right > click Feedback.


Thank You

Thanks to all iTop Easy Desktop users who motivated us to make this product and make it better and better.

Thanks to the following volunteer translators who greatly help improve iTop Easy Desktop and introduce it to more users worldwide:

Muhammad Asad, Lyuben Panchev, NQH, alan@tw, Václav Friedrich, Jørn Runge, Ernie Wong Lun Hing, Veikko Muurikainen, Frédéric Dectot, Alexander Schmidt, George, Eli Ben David, Laszlo Szabo, Purwo Adi Nugroho, Claudio Birello, JaeHyung Lee, Normunds Jakuss, Staszek, Igor Ruckert, Fernando Santos, Cosmin Barna, Ilija Komljenović, dedko58, Marjan Mirai, Roberto Paiva, Sıtkı Evrenkaya, Rid Destro, Kiên Phạm Minh, Brechler Zsolt, Stathis NToukas, 1FF