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Is it possible to change Folder background in Win7. I mean the window background in that folder will be changed to the picture what we set. In Win XP I know it but tried same method in Win7 it is not working. Any solution?

asked Jun 27 '12 at 01:15

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By Window background of folder, you mean the folder icon or the image that appears in that icon?

(Jun 27 '12 at 03:39) Hammad Hammad's gravatar image

Usually we see white color background right. I want to change it to my own design.

(Jul 02 '12 at 05:50) chaitanya chaitanya's gravatar image

This function is no longer available directly from windows 7 but there is a free utility called “Windows 7 folder background changer”

You can use it to choose from preset backgrounds or make an html document to display your own pictures as a background.

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answered Jun 27 '12 at 10:36

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Simon H
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will try and let you know

(Jul 02 '12 at 05:51) chaitanya chaitanya's gravatar image

thanks. Is it a software to download?

(Jul 02 '12 at 05:52) chaitanya chaitanya's gravatar image

@chaitanya yes -- just do a google search for it and you should get several sites where you can download it.

(Jul 02 '12 at 12:12) Steve Steve's gravatar image

@chaitanya you can get it from the windowsclub website just click the link below

http://www.thewindowsclub.com/windows-7-folder-background-changer-released

Or copy and paste the link below into your web browser to go directly to the file. You might get a warning asking if you trust the file but I have downloaded it from this location and it was clean.

http://www.thewindowsclub.com/downloads/W7FBC.zip

(Jul 02 '12 at 13:13) Simon H Simon%20H's gravatar image
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