The tool can replace the icon in the executable file. Even if you move the file to another computer, the changed icon will be displayed anyway ! The soft supports all PE formate executable files, even the executable files are compressed or the size o
Nov 1, 2017 22:09:48
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Exe Guarder 201109011743 Protects Exe-file with its own password from non-authorized execution or copy. Add a little more size (about 2k bytes); Custom the password-box notice; Keep the original file icon unchanged.Identify the computer intellectually; Show the password in s
3D Photo Wall Screen Saver 201204061743 3D Photo Wall Screen Saver is a screensaver which can show your photos on a 3D wall. With it, you can build an interactive moving 3D Photo gallery and create a 3D experience for your photos in seconds. The screensaver setting allows you to specify th
Description: The tool can replace the icon in the executable file. Even if you move the file to another computer, the changed icon will be displayed anyway ! The soft supports all PE formate executable files, even the executable files are compressed or the size of the icon is inconsistent! It can also change the icon of other executable file types such as Dll, Ocx, Scr and so on. The icon of folder and driver can be changed by Executable File Icons Changer too. If you want to extract and save the icons in exe file, Exe Icon Changer will be your first choice. It can save the icon as two formats: bmp and ico.
Change Folder Icons 7.5 Don't you know how to change standard yellow folder to a colourful and bright? Change Folder Icons is an award-winning tool for Windows intended to find thousands of bright icons
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