Microsoft last changed most of the system icons with Windows Vista, one of the best Windows operating systems that failed in the market mostly due to lack of drivers and high hardware requirements. Recent versions of Windows, including both Windows 7 and Windows 8, carry the icons shipped with Vista. Considering that Vista was released a good five years ago, it’s high time Microsoft replace all icons with new ones.
While users can find thousands of free icons for Windows by just performing a quick search in Google or Bing, downloading and applying hundreds of icons one after another is a tedious task. To avoid this hassle, Windows enthusiasts have come up with free icon packs such as Mac OS X Lion icon pack and icon pack installers so that end users can replace all old system icons with a few mouse clicks.
But what if you don’t want do change all system icons except the drive icons that appear in Windows Explorer? If you are looking for a good drive icon to replace the default icon in your Windows Vista and Windows 7, here is a small icon pack with 8 beautiful drive icons. The pack contains icons in ICNS and PNG format. Now that you have some cool drive icons, you might want to know how to apply these icons?
There are plenty of free utilities available to replace the default drive icon in Vista and Windows 7 with a custom one. We have covered a few tools such as Drive Icon Changer, and My Drive Icon to help you change the default drive icon in a jiffy. And best thing is that most of these free tools lets you restore to original system icons with a mouse click. So you can revert to original system icons at any point of time.