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I need help changing certain XP icons.


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Greetings. Before I tell you about what I need help with, first I'd like to tell you a little bit what I'm doing. As you all probably know, Windows XP comes with a classic skin, but most of the icons are still the XP icons, sorta defeating the purpose of having a "classic" skin.. So I've started "Project Make Windows XP Look Like Windows 98." I'm going through and changing as many icons as I can to resemble those from the 98 era. Observe:

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So right now, I've successfully changed the desktop and quick launch icons to look like those from Windows 98. But now I'm just stumped.

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The start button icon and the start menu icons. I can't simply right click, go to properties and change the icon. This is where I need your help. Is there a way I can change these icons, or is it just not doable?

Thank you in advance.
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Howszit?

Those Icons on the start menu come from the program installation themselves. You might be able to edit the registry and change them, but wow...

What a risk to take just so you have a retro look ( :) )

Anyway good luck
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