533soft Icon Changer can change the icon embedded in a executable or icon file. This program supports all files with the extensions .exe, .dll, .cpl, .ocx, scr, .ico. You can change the icon of these files easily and quickly.
Dec 6, 2016 23:02:58
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: 533soft Icon Changer can change the icon embedded in a executable or icon file. This program supports all files with the extensions .exe, .dll, .cpl, .ocx, scr, .ico. You can change the icon of these files easily and quickly. If you move the file to another computer, the new icon will be displayed anyway. The drawback is that the content of the file is modified. It results in the checksum being modified and the executable file may fail to work. Before changing the icon of a file, the Icon Changer creates a backup for that file. After changing the icon, you can run the exe file for a testing. If program can not run, you can click Undo to restore the backup file. The executable file size doesn't change. The size of the new icon should be either equal or smaller than the previous one. This software supports compressed exe file.
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