Apple's mobile operating system isn't exactly known or praised for offering users a lot of control. In fact it is notorious for being a walled garden, with Apple pretty much enforcing upon users what it thinks is right, and not giving them many options to tweak it to make it suit their individual needs best. Without jailbreak, iOS offers significantly limited customization when compared to Android; you can’t replace the keyboard, switch to a different launcher, customize app icons… or can you? Yes, we've come across a method that allows you to change the appearance of your app icons without fondling saurik’s beard! Check it out after the jump. Read More
One thing where Windows beats Mac OS hands down, is the customization possibility - something that fancies me a lot, personally. Obviously, OS X has its own edge when it comes to other things, but it’s not as customization-friendly as our favorite Windows is. Being an avid Windows user, you must have known the OS doesn’t allow you to change icons for your Folders or Disk Drives, at least natively. You need to look for third-party solutions to get the job done. Being a customization freak myself, I really like to change icons, especially for the hard drive partitions, for both the sakes of aesthetics and ergonomics. It makes them look distinctive from one another, and also help me easily identify each. If you’re like me who loves the idea of modifying your folder or disk drive icons, then you can try Folder iChanger
. The application lets you assign icons of your choice to folders, hard drives and USB Flash drives. What makes it stand out is its ability to change the icons permanently, which means that even if you move the modified folder to another PC, the icon will still remain intact. Coupled with a great-looking interface, the tool includes sufficient number of options and tweaks to change icons within a few clicks.
W7 Superbar Icon Changer
is a portable tool that can change the icon of the applications added to the Windows 7 Superbar (Taskbar). For instance, if you don't like the default Internet Explorer or Firefox icon because it doesn't match the theme, then you can change this icon on your Superbar.
Changing Drive icon
Have you gotten bored of you default Drive icons in Windows yet? Well, here’s an easy method to change the icon of your Drive to the one you like in short easy steps. You’ll need a new icon file for your drive for this method to work, so chose get an icon before starting this tutorial. This method is applicable on Windows XP and Vista. Read More