How to Change the Arrow Shortcut Icon on Windows 10

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Whenever you create a shortcut, Windows automatically adds a small overlay arrow icon on top of the regular program, file, or folder icon. The main job of this overlay icon is to let you differentiate between the shortcut link and the actual file, folder, or program. Though the default overlayed shortcut icon is not bad, it is not that good either. If you are like me and want to change it, this is how you can replace a default shortcut icon with a custom icon on Windows. Related: Settings App Not Working in Windows 10? Here’s How to Fix It

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