4. I want to change a folder back to what it was originally; how do I do this? (or, I tried the trial and decided I do not want to keep it; how do I change my icons back?)
Question 1: Why won't some
Question 2: Why can't I
right click to change a folder in FolderMagic?
Question 3:Why do the icons
I add to FolderMagic look fuzzy when I use them on my Desktop?
Question 4: I want to change a folder
back to what it was originally; how do I do this?
OPTION: You can go into the folder and delete the folder icon though, as FolderMagic places a copy of the icon in the folder you change.
Question 5: How do I uninstall
Yes, from XP to Windows 10.
You have to use the drop-down menu to select icons included with different collections that come with FolderMagic. See the image below:
You cannot drag icons from the web into FolderMagic. Icons are files with an .ico extension which cannot be viewed directly in a Web browser. Icons sites show icons in .gif format which are not icons. The .gif format allows the Icon Web site to show you what the icons look like but you cannot use .gifs as icons. Icons must me in .ico format. Make sure you download the icons in .ico format
The only kind of icons that work well are multi-format (or complex) icons. Multi-format icons are .ico files that contain several different sizes. This allows Windows to resize icons on your computer to larger or smaller sizes without distorting. If you notice icons that you've downloaded have fuzzy edges when you use them in FolderMagic to change the icons of folders on your computer, they probably are not multi-format icons. Most sites which sell or distribute icons will mention if they are multi-format icons. Multi-format icons are the only icons you can use that will resize without distorting. Keep this in mind when searching for or purchasing icons on the Web.
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