|11 Jan 2014||#1|
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Change Windows 7 folder colours
Hi just a quick question if I may please
I have been using Folder Maker V3 on my laptop for a while now and its worked ok, but now I need something like folder Marker on my desktop PC so I have just bought Folder Marker V4 and it will just not open on my Windows 7 64 bit edition
So can anyone recommend a program that will allow me to customize the shape and colour of my folders please?
I have tried a few program that came up with a google search but if seems not are as good as folder marker but it just will not run on my machine
PS it would be good if I could batch change more than one folder at a time
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|12 Jan 2014||#3|
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Hi thanks for taking the time to reply to my question
Ok let me tell you I have used Folder Marker Pro on my Laptop running Windows 7 Professional 64 bit version and Folder Marker Pro, Version 3.1 for quite some time with no problems.
This version of Folder Marker Pro on my laptop had a license for one computer only and I decided that I wanted Folder Maker on my Home PC as well as the laptop.
So I bought the latest version of Folder Marker Pro to use on my desktop computer, this also runs Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit edition of windows.
The new version of Folder Marker Pro is Version 4.2 I installed the program ok, if I click on the start orb and then on all programs it is listed there and there is an icon on the desktop.
When I click the icon to run Folder Marker I get the little blue circle going round and round for a few seconds but then nothing happens, it will not run even to input the license key.
I have emailed technical support for the program twice but they do not reply
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