FolderHighlight is a small but powerful tool that changes the visual appearance of the folders in your PC. With FolderHighlight you can quickly change the color of any folder. Now you can change folder colors inside Windows Explorer.
Description: FolderHighlight is a small but powerful tool that changes the visual appearance of the folders in your PC.
With FolderHighlight you can change folder color directly from Windows Explorer!
We receive about 80% of all information through the eyes, and the same 80% of our memories consist of images. When you are browsing through dozens of visually similar folders, you are not using your vision to its full extent and thus your activity is less effective than it could be. But if some of these folders have a different color, they will catch the eye faster than you read their name. This way you can easily differentiate between folders and browse much faster, because you are using your vision much more efficiently.
Even though Windows already allows you to customize folder icons for this purpose, FolderHighlight is a much easier to use as it integrates into the Explorer right-click menu, so you can quickly change folder color without having to go through additional dialogs.
Change Folder Icons 8.5 Change Folder Icons is an award-winning tool for Windows that allows you to easily find thousands of bright icons on your computer that you can use as folder icons. Change Folder
Everyday Folder Icons for Vista 1.0 60+ amazing professional Vista folder icons. The best choice anywhere on the Web. Use them to customize your folders. Each icon is designed to look impeccable in all sizes. A
A German Banking Icon Beats the Rap Deutsche Bank CEO Josef Ackermann and five other leading German business executives were acquitted on July 22 of criminal charges that they wasted shareholders' money by authorizing large payments to senior staff when former industrial and telecom giant M
Japanese icon Sony brings in American boss to battle slump Japanese icon Sony has named a former American television journalist knighted by Queen Elizabeth II as its first foreign head in a bid to turn around a dramatic slump in the company that brought the world the Walkman and PlayStation.