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Customize Windows 7 Start Button With Your Own Image

If you are one of those, who want something different on their computer may certainly like NanWick Windows 7 Start Button changer. As it name implies this little tool lets you use your own picture as Start button (also known as Orb) in Windows 7. Here is how this application works.

NanWick Windows 7 Start Button Changer is a little, portable tool. To replace your PC’s start button, run the tool (no installation needed), select an image (JPEG, PNG, etc) by using the “Browse” button from your PC and apply the settings.

It might be better if the images are of resolution 54x54 pixels (or less) and the image lies in the center.

How to restore the Start Orb: If you are not satisfied with the new button and you want to restore the original Orb, then click “Default” button to restore original Orb.

NanWick Windows 7 Start Button Changer can be downloaded from source here.


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