Monday, March 31, 2008

Icon Edit 32

Icons are an important part of life with Windows. Every program has its own icon, as do system elements like Recycle Bin and My Computer.

Registered document types have their own distinctive icons so you can recognize them easily in Explorer's listings. Items on the Windows desktop are represented by large icons.

The Explorer tree view uses small icons. If you don't like the icon for the shortcut to a program or document, it's easy to change. Just right-click on it, choose Properties, and click the Change Icon button.

If you're running PC Magazine's Folders utility, you also can change the icons for folders. But what if you don't have the perfect replacement icon sitting around on your hard disk? Create your own unique icons with IconEdit32.

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