Make it easy to change system icons

runs on Mac
screenshot of LiteIcon

We each have our own preferences when it comes to working with our computers. Do you leave stuff scattered across your desktop, or do you put everything away, all nice and neat? Do you prefer to look at Finder windows as Icons? Lists? What about Columns? Yes, everybody has their own opinion on how things ought to be. After all, that's why they make chocolate and vanilla, right?

If you're really going to trick-out your Mac just the way you want it, you may have occasion to want to change the icons for some of your system apps. A super simple way to accomplish this task is with LiteIcon.

LiteIcon is a free tool for your OS X Mac. Just fire it up, drag your new icon onto the one you want to change. Click "Apply Changes" and restart Finder, and you've got your own better-than-new system icons.

LiteIcon runs under both Tiger (10.4) and Leopard (10.5) versions of Mac's OS X.

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