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Change Internet Explorer Logo
By  Super Admin  | Published  02/23/2005 | User Interface Page 3 | Rating:
Change Internet Explorer Logo

1. Click Start > Run > Type gpedit.msc
2. Click User Configuration > Windows Setting > Internet Explorer Maintenance > Browser User erface
3. Double click on Custom Logo
4. Click on Customize The Static Logo Bitmaps
5. Click on Browse...
6. Browser for your new Logo
7. click Ok
8. An error will popup ``You have selected to customize a setting but provided no
value. The behavior of this will be to delete the setting. Are you sure you want
too continue?``
9. Click yes

Note: The Logo have to be (22X22) Small and (38X38) Large and have to be bitmap.
When you save your Logo, you have to save in 256 or 16bit color.This Tweak Changes the Small logo at the top right corner of your browser.

1. Click Start > Run > Type gpedit.msc
2. Click User Configuration > Windows Setting > Internet Explorer Maintenance > Browser User Interface
3. Double click on Custom Logo
4. Click on Customize The Static Logo Bitmaps
5. Click on Browse...
6. Browser for your new Logo
7. click Ok
8. An error will popup ``You have selected to customize a setting but provided no
value. The behavior of this will be to delete the setting. Are you sure you want
too continue?``
9. Click yes

Note: The Logo have to be (22X22) Small and (38X38) Large and have to be bitmap.
When you save your Logo, you have to save in 256 or 16bit color.

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  • Comment #1 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    gpedit.msc does not work it cannot be found
     
  • Comment #2 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    very good. but would be handy if there was a litle example logo or a blank oe to try it out with
     
  • Comment #3 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    there's no such thing as a gpedit.msc on not only my windows xp but others too...
     
  • Comment #4 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    It works just fine, thanks
     
  • Comment #5 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    gpedit.msc is not on my pc
     
  • Comment #6 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    do not have gpedit.msc file on pc, 16 other *.msc files but no access to the above file and no samples
     
  • Comment #7 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    Very helpful. Though samples would have been great.
     
  • Comment #8 (Posted by Mike)
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    1st of all, ppl, to use gpedit you have to enable the snap in. To start the group policy editor, follow these steps: NOTE: You must be logged on to the computer using an account that has administrator privileges in order to use Group Policy Editor. 1. Click Start, and then click Run. (or hold down the windows logo and hit "R") 2. In the Open box, type mmc, and then click OK. 3. On the File menu, click Add/Remove Snap-in. 4. Click Add. 5. Under Available Stand-alone Snap-ins, click Group Policy, and then click Add. 6. Supply your user name and password if prompted, and then when you return to the Select Group Policy Object dialog box, click Finish. NOTE: You can use the Browse button to locate group policy objects linked to sites, domains, organizational units (OU), or computers. Use the default Group Policy Object (GPO) (Local Computer) to edit the settings on the local computer. 7. Click Close, and then in the Add/Remove Snap-in dialog box, click OK. The selected GPO is displayed in the Console Root. Now, if you are not a noob, you can use gpedit. The Group Policy snap-in contains the following major branches: Computer Configuration Administrators can use Computer Configuration to set policies that are applied to computer, regardless of who logs on to the computers. Computer Configuration typically contains sub-items for software settings, Windows settings, and administrative templates. User Configuration Administrators can use User Configuration to set policies that apply to users, regardless of which computer they log on to. User Configuration typically contains sub-items for software settings, Windows settings, and administrative templates. To use the group policy editor, follow these steps: 1. Expand the GPO that you want. For example, Local Computer Policy. 2. Expand the configuration item that you want. For example, Computer Configuration. 3. Expand the sub-item that you want. For example, Windows Settings. 4. Navigate to the folder that contains the policy setting that you want. The policy items are displayed in the right pane on the Group Policy Editor snap-in. NOTE: If no policy is defined for the selected item, right-click the folder that you want and then on the shortcut menu that appears, point to All Tasks, and then click the command that you want. The commands that are displayed on the All Tasks submenu are context sensitive. Only those commands that are applicable to the selected policy folder appear on the menu. 5. In the Setting list, double-click the policy item that you want. NOTE: When you work with policy items in the Administrative Templates folder, click the Extended tab in the right pane of the MMC if you want to view more information about the selected policy item. 6. Edit the settings of the policy in the dialog box that appears, and then click OK. 7. When you are finished, quit the MMC. To customize the toolbar, type gpedit.msc and select "user config", then "windows settings", then "internet explorer maintenance". If you made it this far, you can figure the rest out from here, not that difficult... (so easy a caveman can do it) >>>> R3AP3R ownZ <<<<< HTTP://r3ap3rinc.com
     
  • Comment #9 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    That is exactly what I was looking for. You Rock !!!!
     
  • Comment #10 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    I got to know how to change ie logo without been asked who i am or/and were am from, great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  • Comment #11 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    tried on 3 systems. gpedit.msc not showing as a valid object.
     
  • Comment #12 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    best
     
  • Comment #13 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    Note the version of XP running on your system. XP-Pro-Service Pack 2 HAS gpedit.msc...
     
  • Comment #14 (Posted by an unknown user)
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    incomplete answer
     
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