Desktop wallpaper. Dock icon arrangement. And file and folder locations. That’s about all we can really personalize on our personal computers. What if you want to change app or file icons? What a pain. Now there’s a free and easy way to change icons on OS X.
He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Icon
When it comes to apps that can customize the Mac’s user interface, well, let’s just say the list is very short.
Alright, let’s say you don’t like the Mac’s current system icons. After all, they’re booooorrrrinng, right?
If you don’t mind designing your own icons then LiteIcon is the app to use to install them quickly and easily.
OS X Yosemite is on the way and with it comes a bunch of new app icons, system icons, and folder icons. What if you don’t like the iOS 7-inspired icons in Yosemite?
LiteIcon makes it simple to change icons. Select Folders, Dock icons, or Application icons. LiteIcon displays them and makes them easy to change. Grab the icon you want, drag and drop to the folder, file or app you want to change, and you’re done.
No fuss. No muss. Easy peasy. And free.
What if you decide the icon you swapped in is worse than the original and you want the original icon back? Drag the new one out of LiteIcon and the original is restored.
That’s it. Did I mention it’s free?