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 Customizing the Start Button's Name and Icon

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PostSubject: Customizing the Start Button's Name and Icon   Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:44 pm

To change the name of the Start button: Copy EXPLORER.EXE in
your Windows directory to another directory



Start a hex editor (I've been using Diskedit from Norton)


Edit EXPLORER.EXE


Search for the string 53 00 74 00 61 00 72 00 74


This is the word Start with the letters separated by a null
character



The section you are in should also have the words
"There was an internal error..." also separated with the null
character immediately following



Now just replace the Start letters with any of your choice
(up to 5 characters only)



Exit Windows


Boot to DOS


Copy your new Explorer file over the original


To change the Start button icon:





Copy USER.EXE in your \WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory to another
directory



Use an icon editor that can replace icons in executable
files



Edit USER.EXE and replace the flag icons with the icon of
your choice



Boot to DOS


Copy the new USER.EXE


The same can be done with NT 4.0, just the offset will be
different but the location to just before "There was an internal
error..." is the same.
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