This Video will show you how to change everything in system properties; that includes the windows logo, the windows Operating System information, the manufacturer or the system, the model number of the system and the manufacturer's logo.
Create your logo image (if you don't already have one) and put it in the following system folder:
• The logo must be in the .bmp format and should be Perfectly Square 120x120. Larger images will be automatically sized accordingly (and sometimes appear rather distorted).
2. Back up your system registry.
3. Run regedit and navigate to the following registry path:
4. If your computer is an OEM product, look for the two string values Logo and Manufacturer in the right panel. If it isn't, you'll have to create those two new string values. To do so, right-click on OEMInformation | New | String Value | Logo. (Repeat for Manufacturer.)
5. Right-click on the string value, select Modify, and enter the updated information for each value.
6. In the Windows System Properties panel, you'll now see your updated personal information.
Operating System Text:
1. Go to http://www.angusj.com/resourcehacker/reshack_setup.exe
4. Open it
5. Once open, select FILE, then OPEN
6. Navigate to C:\Windows\Branding\Basebrd\en-US
7. At this point you should be inside the "en-US" folder
8. Look for the "basebrd.dll.mui" file (if it does not appear, change the Type of Files option to "All files (*.*)"
9. Double-click or open the "basebrd.dll.mui" file"
10. Click the + symbol to expand the "String Table" folder
11. Click the + symbol to expand the "1" folder
12. Click on "1033" (the code will then appear on the right side of the window"
13. Edit the text to what you desire:
11, "Windows 8"
12, "Windows 8 Pro"
14, "Copyright © 2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved"
(but don't get rid of the quotation marks)
14. Click compile script
13. Finally, select FILE, then SAVE AS...
14. Overwrite the original file. If it won't let you simple right click on the file you want to overwrite and click on take ownership.
1. Open Shellbrd.dll with resource hacker.
2. There are THREE keys you need to edit which are all located under Bitmap, the first is at folder 1050, right click on the key 1033
3. Select Replace Resource.
4. In the window that opens click on Open file with new bitmap and navigate to your 32bit bmp image. Click on the image then click on Open, now click on Replace.
5. Do the same in folders 2050 and 3050, the key numbers are the same.
6. Click on File then Save
Taking ownership of the file:
1. Right click on the desired file and click properties.
2. Select the Security tab then click on the Advanced button at the bottom.
3. At the top of the window that opens click on Change.
4. Now type your user name into the text box and click on OK and another window will open.
5. You will now be back at the Advanced Settings window again. 6. Click OK to close the Window and now you are back to Properties window.
7. Click on the Edit button then highlight your user name and put a check mark in the Full Control check box and click OK.
8. You may get a warning at this point, just accept it and you have ownership of the file with full permissions.