Why not just use the browser version? In Chrome if you use the 'Install' option you get a desktop shortcut with the right icon, no address bar, automatic updates handled for you, and still access to folder projects etc. (using experimental features; should be available by default by the end of the year).
Thanks for the answer Ashley, I appreciate it.
I understand it's easier for most people, I don't like the idea of turning of my chrome extensions every time I would like to use C3 and then turn it on to gain extra memory, this is not efficient at all.
I don't like the idea of making my browser fullscreen to gain the extra workspace that is sure needed, and turn it off every time I want to browse, not a user-friendly experience... Also, I like how clean the desktop built was when I used it for about 2 years.
I understand it is a browser itself but it's not using my chrome with all the extensions and heavy ram usage, I remember it was much more than what I need (I'm a heavy chrome user, that's the main reason).
I tried the browser version few times, I just don't feel "at home" when using it in a browser, it's probably also a personal feel and I already got used to the desktop version since I used it from the moment it was optional and it FEELS GREAT! I really love it :)
The install process is virtually identical to the old one. You now just unzip two downloads instead of one. That's pretty much it. Since the NW.js download comes directly from their own website now, you can install any version, including new NW.js versions as soon as they are released, try nightly releases, use it on different platforms, etc. That was the intent behind the change.
As I mentioned, I followed the new installation steps and everything works but I can't get the C3 icon, it shows the NW.js so I just renamed it to "Construct 3" as I showed on the image, but it's not an issue I just wondered if it can be fixed so I'll see C3 since I have so many icons on my desktop.
Again, it's not critical because it's just an icon, "cosmetic" user experience, nothing more because everything works :)