Every time when I install and use a Windows program using PlayOnLinux / Wine, I get a .lnk file on my desktop besides the program's shortcut. The file's name is "program's name.lnk". What is its role and what should I do with it? Is it important? Can I erase it?
I'm new in this Linux stuff, and I suppose that I am asking for information about a Windows specific file (which is kind of ironical thing to ask on a Linux-oriented website), but, in my old "Windows times" I don't remember to deal with such a file. Anyway, even if it is somewhere in my system, at least, it wasn't appearing on my desktop by itself.
Anyhow, giving the fact that now I try to run on my OS the software specific to other OS, I can't know what I can keep and what I can erase, and how to manage things in a good way. It is already enough that some of the Windows programs simply don't run properly under Linux, I don't wont to make things any worse.