Changing the icons and modifying the fonts on computer’s desktop

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I want to change the icons and modify the fonts on my computer’s desktop. It looks like the images, fonts and icons displayed on my desktop are from Mozilla Firefox. I wish to have a Mozilla Firefox’s system icon tray automatically once QuickLaunch was turned-on.

How will I do that? Also, I want to use a number of different fonts, images and icons for my desktop.

I thought it was easy, but it is complicated.

Please help me.

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Changing the icons and modifying the fonts on computer’s desktop

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Hi Babette,

      To change the icons and modify the fonts on your computer's desktop will depends on what kind of Operating system you are currently using. There are different instructions on how you'll going to modify your fonts according to your OS.

If you are using windows 7

  • Go to the control Panel and you have to click the icon to display it.
  • Then you have to look for the change Color scheme link located in the left blue pane.

sample illustration

  • The advance button must be click too.
  • Then click on the Personalize by right clicking the mouse .
  • On the window bottom, click the Window Color
  • The advance appearance setting must be click too.
  • Then if you want to change the font you have to click the item

     

        

  • To change the Font, scroll down the font menu and choose a font.
  • To change the font size, scroll down the font menu and choose which number for the size you want.
  • To change the font color, scroll down the menu and choose a color you want.,
  • To make the letter in BOLD, italized or underlined select from it.
  • just click OK if you're done
  • Then exit the program.

Hope this might help you.

Thanks

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