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Folder Colorizer brightens up Explorer, may help navigation

Mark O'Neill | Feb. 14, 2013
If you are bored of the same old yellow folders in Explorer, then try colorizing them. The makeover may make it faster to find the folders you seek, too.

Give Folder Colorizer a try out and see if you start to look upon Explorer with a fresh set of eyes. Just remember to make sure that the folders you want to color are not read-only; otherwise this won't work. To check, right-click on the folder, choose "properties ", and in the  "general " tab, look at the  "attributes " section. The Read-Only box is there--just make sure it's unchecked and once that's done, you'll be ready to give the folder a fresh coat of paint.

 

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