Super Launcher is an admin launcher that persists in the system tray that can launch programs quickly; optionally, with administrator rights, as another user, or both.
If "Use credentials at startup" is selected, next time Super Launcher starts, the account entered in the fields above will be used automatically.
If "Elevate at startup" is selected, Super Launcher will attempt elevate itself automatically at startup.
To restore, simply overwrite the current config with your saved config from steps 1-3.
"Super Hidden Items" are operating system protected files.
This issue is commonly asked into question: "...just make a folder on the desktop with your shortcuts..." or "...just pin the shortcuts to the start-menu or the task-bar..."
If you are asking these questions, then this application is probably not meant for you.
Super Launcher is designed to run applications in a separate user-context, either in an elevated context, a different user-account's context, or both. To do this task natively in Windows, the user is required to hold Shift and Right-click the program they want to start to force an option to appear in the context menu called "Run as another user..." This can be very time consuming, especially for people who need to run programs as different users like System Administrators and I.T. Technicians.
To read more about how the Windows security system works, see: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/security/identity-protection/access-control/access-control
Super Launcher is designed to run in different security contexts and Windows does not allow applications running in different contexts to interact. Since the Windows Desktop (explorer.exe) runs under your logged in security context, Super Launcher is not able to read the clipboard or drag-and-drop data from the desktop or file explorer.
This means that the only option to add shortcuts in Super Launcher is by opening a new file explorer window under the same security context that Super Launcher is running as.