Windows 8 Allows You to Change Custom Library Icon
Here is another interesting find in Windows 8. Windows 8 allows you to change library icon using library properties. Our reader "Brandon" found this interesting feature introduced in Windows 8.
When you open a library Properties by right-click on it and select Properties, you see a new button "Change library icon" which was not there in Windows 7:
It allows you to customize the icon. You can browse and select any desired icon.
But at the moment it only allows you to change icon of a custom library. For default built-in libraries, the button is disabled.
Really a nice move by Microsoft. Now you'll not need to use any 3rd party software or registry tweaks to change library icon.
Posted in: Windows 8 / 8.1
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