Windows xp folder icon change
Now close Resource Hacker.
A dialog window open showing the icon I've chosen.Also apply this template to all subfolders check box.First we select a folder.Now, Relatively Easily, The Default Icon Can Be Changed For All Current New Folders In Menus, The Desktop Anywhere The Icon Is Displayed!And All Without Any 3rd Party Applications Ruining Performance!Your desktop icon arrangement will be lost, you will have to sort deep exploration 3ds max plugin that out again.Or you can create icons yourself using your own digital images too using any good image editor like Irfanview or many others.
I have discovered an answer so I have written a tutorial to help others.
You now have an all new default windows XP folder icon.
As you can see from the image below, I've browsed to a folder on one of my hard drives called "Celestial Icons".
Now I select the icon I want to represent my "image" folder (chosen in step 1 of this tutorial).
Select either 4 or 5 in the list to the right, these are the folder icons.Find the file Shell32.dll in: C:windowssystem32.Use this folder type as a template, you apply specific features to your folder, such as specialized task links and viewing options for working with pictures and music.You'll probably not want to use these, so click on the "Browse" button and browse to icon or folder containing the icon you want to use.When you click: Choose Picture, you can find the picture you want to use to identify the folder.Browse through the shell32.dll icons (or any other.ico.dll file).