If you’ve ever added shortcuts to your Games into the Windows Games Explorer Folder, you may already know that the ability to modify game information or even remove old games is sometimes very limited. There is finally a solution to this problem besides going into the registry. The Games Explorer Manager (GEM) is a nice little free tool that allows the user to edit the Games Explorer and add their own games or programs (that are already installed). Games Explorer manager can also be used to remove corrupted games, or games that have been uninstalled and refuse to remove themselves from the Game Explorer Folder.
Many older games don’t get added to the games list automatically. Games Explorer Manager is a great alternative to editing the system registry (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\GameUX) for someone looking for a quick and easy fix to this problem. Games Explorer Manager is compatible with Windows Vista and 7 32-bit and 64-bit.
Download Games Explorer Manager here: http://www.extensiblesoft.com/gamex/
- Add Games into Windows Games Explorer Folder
- Remove Games from Windows Games Explorer Folder
- Change Game Information in Windows Games Explorer Folder