Hello. I have a technical question to ask you.
I have created a system restore script icon on my desktop for my Windows 7 operating system using a already created script. I used this website for the information and instruction: http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/create-system-restore-point-quickly-using-script-in-windows-7-vista-and-xp/
Now, I have this personally ugly script image icon that I would like to customize (if I can). Please see the attached screen image clipping for details and clarity. I have been to the "properties" settings for this particular desktop system restore script icon and found that there is no "Customize" tab in the "properties" settings that make it possible to change the icon image.
I know the Windows 7 default image for script icon images is indeed represented by this attached screen image clipping below, but there must be a way to modify *ONLY THIS ONE* script icon image for my desktop system restore script icon to something more Microsoft Windows 7 representational like the Windows System Restore icon image that is shown in the "System Tools" folder in the Start Menu "All Programs" listing. Also I would like to affix the small Windows shortcut symbol image to it in the lower left corner of the Windows System Restore icon image for my desktop.
Please provide me any inherent (using utilities or features within my Windows 7 operating system) as a means to change this Windows script icon image on my desktop to a Windows System Restore icon image as shortcut, or the use of a third party program to install in order to achieve the same desired results.
Please provide your own detailed steps with suggestions, hints, and tips; and/or the best possible well written, detailed and documented website links hopefully with images and demonstrations along with the instructions.
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