Often we create shortcuts to applications that we need to use on a day to day basis. And if you are a technology geek and like to try out different applications then chances are that you delete your applications at a faster pace than you download and install them. It becomes quite a challenge for the application to stay on in the PC in such a case. However, when we delete apps often, then there are chances that there are quite a few non responsive shot cuts both in the start menu and desktops are created. They make the appearance of your system very cluttered and untidy. To prevent this and help you remove these broken menu items Shortcutsman is a really useful application for Windows.
The application is really simple to use and all you have to do is download, install and run it. it then scans through your PC and displays the results of broken menu items in the form of a dialogue box. Broken menu items are shown in red color and once scanning is done you can select your course of action You can maintain a log of the broken menus or you can immediately select the items that you wish to delete by clicking on the box and right clicking the mouse, which would open a menu from where you have the option to delete items you do not need. You can also resolve the shortcuts which basically tries to re link the short cut to the target file. The application is very simple to use and like one of those applications which help in cleaning the registry of the system. The application is really small in size too so you do not have to worry about losing out on disk space.
The application works well for both 32 and 64 Bit version for Windows XP, Vista and 7.
Here is the download link for Shortcutsman