Change Windows 7 Drive Icons Quickly With My Drive Icon

One of the cool things about Windows operating system is that it’s highly customizable. One can personalize almost every area of the operating system with available free tools. There are hundreds of free tools available to customize boot screen, logon screen, desktop, Windows Explorer, Control Panel, navigation pane, taskbar, system icons, folder icons, and other areas.

Drive Icons

Last week, we showed you how to change Windows 7 library icons quickly with the help of Library Icon Changer. Today, we have yet another fantastic utility that helps you change the default set of Windows 7 drive icons in a jiffy.

My Drive Icon is a small utility for Windows 7 and Vista that helps you change explorer drive icons without playing with Windows files and registry. This is a portable utility, which requires no installation. Another cool thing about this tool is that you can set different icons for different drives. For instance, yon can choose one icon for drive A and another icon for drive B. The tool comes in handy for users who’re bored with the default set of drive icons that ship with Windows 7.

My Drive Icon

Simply download and run this utility with admin rights to start customizing your drive icons. With this utility you can assign different icons to different drives. To change a drive icon, select the desired drive from the list and then choose an icon file from your collection (note that the icon file must be in .ico format only). You can go through our best seven hard drive icons for Windows article some quality icons.

My Drive Icon Open

My Drive Icon also lets you revert to the default Windows drive icons quickly. Overall, a great tool to customize your Windows 7 and Vista drive icons.

If you love customizing your Windows operating system, we encourage you check out 8 free software to change default Windows icons, change Windows 8 explorer Ribbon icons, and replace system tray icons with custom icons with System Tray Icons Changer tool.

Download My Drive Icon

Thanks to our reader Basian for this info.

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