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Apple would answer: get a Mac. They don't really care how well (or not!) it works on Windows... – Torben Gundtofte-Bruun Nov 12 '10 at 22:41
+1 For drawing CRAP and in CAPS for emphasis. – ricbax Nov 13 '10 at 3:37
@torbengb I'm pretty sure they do care whether or not it works in Windows. That is, unless they want to miss 90% of the market (and no, I'm absolutely not a Windows fanboy but just saying). – Belmin Fernandez Nov 14 '10 at 2:35
@Nimmy Yes it works but not well. – Torben Gundtofte-Bruun Nov 14 '10 at 10:12

Yes you can change it with xn Resource Editor or Resource Hacker. File-> open iTunes.exe (from your program files directory) using Resource Hacker. In the icon folder in resource hacker, right click the icon file and select "replace resource". Then choose a ico file to replace the icon. I was able to do it by changing the icon in folder 16 or Icon group 153. Not sure if you need to change any others. Icons might vary based on screen resolution and colors.

After you changed the icon, do a "file->save as" and save it as iTunes.exe to your desktop or something. Then swap out your new iTunes.exe executible with the one in program files.

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Just as an additional resource, you can get some very high-res icons on IconArchive and you might want to check out their alternative iTunes icons section. – Corey Nov 13 '10 at 4:20

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