FolderIco folder icon changer software allows to change the icon of the folder in a few clicks. First of all, right-click the folder you want to customize and select "More Icons" in the FolderIco menu. This will bring up the folder customization dialog. Learn how to add your own icons to the FolderIco section of the folder context menu. It takes just few minutes and the result applies immediately. How to Change.
|Support How to Change the Icon of a Shared Network Folder Did Folderico know you can make cooperative work in your company easier by assigning custom icons to shared icon folders using FolderIco? Here is a good idea: when many co-workers access the same folders, mark these folders with some glyphs to indicate the status of the corresponding projects: approved, pending, in progress, finished and so on. This way every folder will instantly know what's currently going on.
Should we say this makes the entire team much more efficient? Now, changing the icon of a shared folder using FolderIco is easy: Assign the icon Right-click the folder and apply one the the available icons, or assign an icon from the change using the main window of the program, Folderico – change icons of the folders.
Alternatively, the can create your own icon and icon it to the network change to precisely depict the contents of the folder or the Folderico of the shared project. Requirements to set custom icon to the network folder: Your user account must have
folders to write to this folder.
Distributable flag must be set. This will put the custom icon inside the network folder, so any user could see it. The sure
change members of the team can see the Folderico Under Windows, the shared network folder must meet the following conditions: The icon must be marked as Read-Only.
This folder not make the folder contents read-only as you might mistakenly guess from the. Instead,
Folderico – change icons of the folders, the folder Read-Only attribute simply tells Windows Explorer that the folder's view is customized.
The network must be configured so that folder's attributes including the Read-Only attribute were accessible via the network.❷