URL.dll ... SHELL32.dll ...


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Guest

Folks:


Sometimes there is the need to customize the look of the icons on my
desktop. The default file is URL.DLL and is located in the "system32"
folder.
URL.dll contains a mere 4 different looking icons. SHELL32.dll goes a bit
further and provided a few dozen choices for how a desktop con looks.

* Is there any other files (DLL of other) that I can use to customize
(change the look of) the icons on my desktop ?

Thanks,
JoJo.
 
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Bernd

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Folks:


Sometimes there is the need to customize the look of the icons on my
desktop. The default file is URL.DLL and is located in the "system32"
folder.
URL.dll contains a mere 4 different looking icons. SHELL32.dll goes a bit
further and provided a few dozen choices for how a desktop con looks.

* Is there any other files (DLL of other) that I can use to customize
(change the look of) the icons on my desktop ?

Thanks,
JoJo.

moricons.dll

or look here:

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/72713-a-few-dlls-with-icons-you-can-replace/

Bernd
 
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VanguardLH

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moricons.dll

And the old Program Manager (prelude to Windows Explorer) that is still
included in Windows XP.

progman.exe
 

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