How to modify folder icons in Windows Vista

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I need help here. I am new to Windows Vista and would like to know how to modify the folder icons. I can’t navigate through the new operating system and I am stuck. 

Please help. Thanks in advance.

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How to modify folder icons in Windows Vista

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One of the best features of Windows Vista is that the user may change the icons, and they are really great to use and more flexible. These icons are small pictures that can represent a file, a folder, a program, or even another object. Here is how to change a folder’s icon in a Windows Vista:

  1. Right-Click on the folder’s icon you would like to change
  2. From there select Properties on the drop down menu.
  3. Then click the Customize tab that is in the properties box.
  4. This time, click the Change Icon button which is found at the bottom of the dialog box.
Answered By 0 points N/A #101147

How to modify folder icons in Windows Vista

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Hello Lewis,

Follow these steps to change your folder icons on Windows Vista:

1. Open your browser,

2. Copy paste this link – http://www.tune-up.com/services/styler/windowsr-vista/iconpacks/,

3. Click on Download the desktop icons,

4. Once download is finished, right click desktop,

5. Select Personalize,

6. Select Change desktop icons,

7. Select the icon you want to change,

8. Select Change Icon,

9. Click browse,

10. Locate the icon you want to change it to,

11. Select your icon then click open,

12. Click ok,

13. Do this for all the icons you want to change.

You can see this video tutorial as well –

I am sure you will be happy to see new icons. 

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