Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 2012 SHA1 Hash: fcc55ee2d4bf997f46b791c8def16653f2d0f1ec Size: 3.51 MB File Format: exe
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8oot Logo Changer is a free software by Victor Alberto Gil and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 2012.
You can download 8oot Logo Changer which is 3.51 MB in size and belongs to the software category OS Enhancements. 8oot Logo Changer was released on 2013-11-28 and last updated on our database on 2017-03-29 and is currently at version 1.2.
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8oot Logo Changer Description
There are many users who like to personalize as much of their computer as possible, starting with the taskbar color and the desktop background, and ending with the icons or the mouse cursor. Those who want to go even further can give 8oot Logo Changer a try.
The application can only be run on Windows 8 or 8.1 computers, so those who are still using Windows 7 or an older operating system will not get the possibity to customize the boot image on their PC using this tool.
The interface of 8oot Logo Changer is intuitive and user-friendly, but this does not mean that it can be used by novices without any supervision. There are some steps that first need to be completed before being able to view one’s custom image during boot.
More precisely, users need to select the image they prefer (the application supports several graphic formats, such as PNG, GIF, JPEG, BMP, TIFF, ICO, EMF or WMF), then crop the area they like best. Next, they need to generate the bitmaps that will be used as the boot logos (double clicking each of them allows users to preview them).
Before applying the changes, one can preview the boot sequence with the custom image, provided they have the test-signing mode turned on. If it is disabled, it can be activated within 8oot Logo Changer, yet it will require restarting the Windows Explorer process.
It is recommended to backup the current settings before modifying them, so as to be able to restore them in case anything goes wrong. Users needs to first generate bootres.dll, then replace the current one with the newly-created one.
All in all, 8oot Logo Changer can prove to be a handy solution for all those who want to replace their Windows boot logo with a personalized image. Users can check if the change was applied by rebooting their PC.