Selecting a New Icon
Once selected, the new icon appears as the iTunes desktop icon.
If you prefer to use another image, you may change the browsing location to select from another list of icons.
To do so, follow the steps above. Once in the "Change Icon" window, click on the "Browse" button to change the location of your search.
The "Change Icon" window will open to allow searching for folders and files located on your computer. Use the folders on the left side of the window to search for the folder containing the .ico file types you wish to use.
In Windows 7 and Windows Vista, the location of the .ico files is "c:\windows\system32\imageres.dll."
In Windows XP, the location of the .ico files is "c:\windows\system32\shell.dll."
In both Windows Vista and XP, you may also find .ico files in the "c:\windows\system32\shell32.dll" file.
Double-click on one of these files according to your operating system and a window of .ico files will open.
Scroll through the available list to find an icon you like. Select the icon you want by clicking on it. Notice there are quite a few icons that look like or include something musical. To remind you that the iTunes desktop icon is your music folder, you may want to select one of these or something else that tells you this is for music.
Click on the "OK" button twice to return to the desktop and exit the "Properties" window.