Rainbow Folders 2.05
Change color of the icon representing chosen folder to any color
The interface of the program can be quickly accessed via the Windows Context Menu, so it’s basically enough to right-click any folder and hit the “Rainbow Folders” option.
It’s very unlikely to get lost in the main window because developers have created a well-organized layout, with the most important options available at a one-click distance.
You can not only choose from three different icon styles, namely classical, typical and modern, but also choose any color you want by adjusting hue and saturation values. You can even add you very own colors to favorites and use them at a later time for any other folder.
There are dedicated tools to pick a random color, colorize, decolorize or extract colors, all available in the main window.
A tiny options menu is also included, but it only allows you to install or remove the shell extension and rebuild the system icon cache in case something goes wrong.
We’ve tested the program on Windows XP, Vista and 7 and although we’ve received reports from our users claiming that it sometimes fail to work properly on newer Windows versions, Rainbow Folders did its job very all every time.
Simply put, Rainbow Folders is one of the easiest ways to change the color of any folder icon on your system, providing not only a quick method do that, but also a straightforward interface and a great amount of customization options.
Reviewed by Bogdan Popa, last updated on April 19th, 2012
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Application descriptionRainbow Folders is an easy to use tool, which allows you to change color of the icon representing chosen folder to any...