Thankyou Grzegorz for your patience and advice, I now have a shortcut to my Windows Live Mail on my desktop.
The solution resolved itself when I attempted to uninstall Windows Live Essentials, but I thought I might try the `Repair` button first, so after a long repair and a restart I then found, to my delight, on the Start menu was `WINDOWS LIVE MAIL` which was easily
dragged tomy desktop!
Also thank you all who have offered me advice to solve this anoying problem.
You put a space in between the \ and Program in your example. Take out the space.
Alternatively you can find Windows Live Mail in the all programs in the start menu, and copy it to the desktop.
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