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customize drive icons01 Customize Windows 7 Drive Icons with AdSevenDriveIconChanger

If you’d like to customize your drive icons like in the image above, you can do it with AdSevenDriveIconChanger.

If you’re tired of the plain drive icons like the ones below, you can change them with this simple tool–made by Windows Forums member Batupata:

customize drive icons02 Customize Windows 7 Drive Icons with AdSevenDriveIconChanger

Just open the tool, click browse to locate a good icon, select the drive you want to customize, and click Change Icon. Some of the best dll files containing system icons are available at a click or you can choose your own. Need icons? Windows 7 Icons.

customize drive icons03 Customize Windows 7 Drive Icons with AdSevenDriveIconChanger

You can easily reset the icon by selecting the drive letter and clicking Reset Icon:

customize drive icons04 Customize Windows 7 Drive Icons with AdSevenDriveIconChanger

Your icon is now back to its original state:

customize drive icons05 Customize Windows 7 Drive Icons with AdSevenDriveIconChanger

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 Customize Windows 7 Drive Icons with AdSevenDriveIconChanger

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