If you're a fan of adding some customization flair to your Windows 10 experience, a new tool called IconPackager 10 will be worth a look. Coming from the folks at Stardock, the developers behind other desktop customization tools like Start10 and ShadowFX, IconPackager 10 will allow you to easily change your default Windows icons.
At the moment, the tool is only available in beta form for Object Desktop users. Here's a description of what to expect:
The beta for the new IconPackager 10 is now available for current Object Desktop members. After being gone due to incompatibilities with Windows 8 and Windows 10 it's back and we welcome you to try it and provide feedback before the full release.
With a new, modern user interface, IconPackager works with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, and even integrates with Start8 and Start10.
If you'd like to test out the beta for IconPackager 10, you can purchase Object Desktop from Stardock. Otherwise, the full release should be ready to go once testing is complete.
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