Friday, August 31, 2012

Change the default icon of Windows 7 Libraries

The default Windows 7 Library icons can get boring after a while. There is a tool which does this in a very quick manner:
Library Icon Changer, which was made by bluefisch2000 from deviantART.
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There is another way, which is way slower, but you may understand how things work with the libraries. Open up Notepad/Notepad++, and drag one of the libraries which are found in "C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Libraries" to the editor.
The <IconReference> tag represents the current icon. You may enter the path to an .ico file, or some DLL.


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