How do I change icons in Windows 8?

How do I change icons in Windows 8?

In Windows 8 and 10, it’s Control Panel > Personalize > Change Desktop Icons. Use the checkboxes in the “Desktop icons” section to select which icons you want on your desktop. To change an icon, select the icon you want to change and then click the “Change Icon” button.

Can you customize Windows icons?

Go to Settings > Personalization > Themes and on the right side of the window, select Desktop icon settings. This will launch a new window where you can toggle the icons for This PC, your user folder, Network, Control Panel, and the Recycle Bin. While here, you can also change the icons for these shortcuts if you want.

Can you customize computer icons?

Right-click the icon and click Properties. Click the Shortcut tab (if one is available), and then click Change Icon. Click the icon that you want to use from the list, click OK, and then click OK.

How do you change the color of Windows icons?

To change your desktop icon font color: Right click on desktop and select Personalize | click Window Color | Advance Appearance Settings | Select ‘Desktop’ under Item (not Icon) | change ‘Color 1’ from Black to White for black desktop icon font color.

How can I create custom icons without shortcuts?

Create custom icons in iOS 14 without Shortcut redirect

  1. Open the Shortcut app.
  2. In the window that pops up, choose Search in App Store.
  3. Type the app’s name.
  4. Choose the app from the list.
  5. Click on either choose from Photos/Files depending on where you’ve saved the icon PNG/JPGs.
  6. Select the icon you want by tapping on it.

How do I change the color of an icon file?

In any Explorer window, right-click a folder to open the context menu. Under the “Change Icon” submenu you can find pre-defined colors to apply to the folder. Click the color you like and the folder instantly becomes of that color.

How do I change the color of my taskbar icons?

The solution is: Right-click desktop -> Personalize -> Themes -> Theme settings -> apply the theme “Windows” under the “Windows Default Themes.”