Samer from the FreewareGenius weblog steps away from reviewing software to take a look at how to create shortcuts on your USB drive. The problem: You can’t create relative shortcuts in Windows, but since your USB drive letter can change each time you plug it in, shortcuts with full paths can break. Samer details how to use batch files to create shortcuts with relative paths, then goes a step further and converts the batch file to an EXE and gives it the same icon as the program it’s launching. In his example, he’s making a quick shortcut to Eject the USB drive using previously mentioned EjectUSB. If you’re a real thumb drive junky, you can use batch files to quick-launch your USB workspace as soon as you plug in your thumb drive.