IconPackager lets you change all the icons used by Windows at once. It's easy to use, easy to create your own icon packages and version 3.0 includes a ton of really cool looking icon packages. Thousands more icons are available on the net.
The world's best, easiest way to change the icons on Microsoft Windows! IconPackager is a program that allows users to change nearly all of their Windows icons at once by applying "packages" of icons. A package of icons contains icons to replace most of the common icons on your Windows PC. What makes IconPackager special is that unlike Microsoft's themes which only change a few icons, IconPackager changes hundreds of icons. Everything from "My Computer", "Recycle Bin", Folders, all the way to specific file format icons such as .doc and .xls files and any other file type a user wishes to use.
You look at icons all day. The same old icons. IconPackager was the first program, and is still by far the most complete, to let users change all their Windows icons by applying a set -- a package -- of icons.
IconPackager can change nearly every icon in Windows. It can even change icons that most people would think are impossible to change. Users visit websites such as WinCustomize.com and can download entire packages of icons created by either Stardock or IconPackager theme authors. Once loaded, the user can than apply these icons to their system to customize the look of Windows to their tastes.
You don't have to rely on icon packages made by others either, creating your own icon packages is very easy. Once done, you can save your package for later use.
IconPackager also includes Icon Explorer. It is designed to make it easy to navigate through libraries of icons and view them easily in different sizes and formats so that you can get an idea of how an icon looks and decide if it's one you would want to use.
The shareware version of IconPackager can do all this and more. It runs on Windows 98, ME, 2000 and Windows XP. The enhanced registered version is only $14.95 (or can be purchased as part of Object Desktop, a suite of Stardock's desktop enhancements.
If you want to change your Windows icons, this is the way to do it.