The above video attempts to demonstrate how you can set up custom shortcuts in the "Wiz Games" menu. Doing so offers a much more convenient way of launching your emulators. Rather than having to go into "Launcher", navigate to the emulator directory, then run the .gpe file, you can access all of your emulators from one convenient menu.
Note: It is recommended that you already have an understanding of how to place and run the Wiz Emulators before continuing...
Please also note that the method which I am outlining was tried & tested in Windows XP, but it should also work with Windows Vista and Windows 7. Additionally, I have an option set up in my Windows Explorer folder view to always show file extensions. So for instance, rather than a file saying File1 it will say File1.txt. I find it much more convenient to always see file extensions, especially when performing tweaks and edits to the Wiz file system.
To have Windows always display file extensions:
Go to "Tools : Folder Options" in the windows explorer menu for any open folder. You might find it preferable to have the Wiz's SD Card folder open.
When the Folder Options window appears, go to the View tab. Under Advanced settings make sure the option "Hide extensions for known file types" is unchecked.
Now that files are being clearly displayed, you can work on the following steps for setting up a shortcut ...
A couple of things to note before starting:
1. Your SD card needs to have a "game" folder in the root directory. From there you should place all of your emulators in their own subfolders within the game folder. So for instance you might have things structured such as: