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Win 7 Nav Buttons Customizer by Kishan-Bagaria Win 7 Nav Buttons Customizer by Kishan-Bagaria

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Windows 7 Navigation Buttons Customizer is a freeware from door2windows that allows you to change the navigation buttons in Windows 7.

How To Use:


  1. Close all running apps.

  2. Run the tool as administrator.

  3. Select the bitmap that you want to change.

  4. Click Change Selected Bitmap.

  5. Select the new bitmap and click Open. If you don't have any bitmaps, get some from here.

  6. Now the Windows Explorer will restart and you will be able to see the new bitmap.

If you change all the bitmaps, you can get a cool look.

To restore any bitmap, just select the bitmap and click Restore Selected Bitmap.
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:iconleocronis:
LeoCronis Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2014  Student Interface Designer
There is nothing. I can't find the application.
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Kishan-Bagaria Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2014
Scroll down in the downloading page and click Direct Download.
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dpcdpc11 Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
The door2windows.com website has been hacked for sure cause the tools are full of malware.
You can download the safe version of the Windows 7 Navigation Buttons Customizer from softpedia: www.softpedia.com/get/System/O…
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bobitsch Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2014  New member
Thank you (and your nice themes too)!

It's sad when a dev doesn't care on which thiefery website he hosts his things.
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dpcdpc11 Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
Welcome my friend!
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Misteroizo Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi..!!
I'm sorry, but I have tried in every way and nothing happens, no changes are taken into account.
Could you help me please, because then I do not understand, thank you
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Misteroizo Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you, it's good
I found the solution
It was enough to change the permissions on ExplorerFrame.dll
Not to make a copy of the original before, of course
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etrnlady Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
I take that back, it must be a change in resolution because I could not see the option under Address Bar.. So I'll have to deal with that. And I know why, because I had mine set at 120%, so you're using the system's resolution rather than your own embedded. Ok.. got it, but just fyi, ran fine for me, and I posted a "when invoking, right click, run as Administrator" in your comments where you download it. That should fix 90% of those people's errors. 

Running win7, 64bit.
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etrnlady Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Worked great, but please get rid of the add crap, I would MUCH RATHER pay a couple bucks, than deal with it, at least give people the option of that.
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:iconkishan-bagaria:
Working on an AIO solution. It will work on your DPI too.
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