Where is my customized logo in Settings>System>About

  1. lintek25475's Avatar
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    Where is my customized logo in Settings>System>About


    Since up dating my system to Windows Home build 14393, 1607, I noticed that I can not add my customized logo to Settings>System>About. This would be set through the OEMInformation registry setting. However, it does appear when I go to the System properties from right click This PC desktop icon > Properties. Can someone confirmation this is a change in the desktop UI?

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  2. SonicBlue's Avatar
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    There was a program called Customizer God that would allow you to change the logo.
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  3. lintek25475's Avatar
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    Yes, that might work but I don't want to install a third party application for that. Basically, I'm just a little ticked that Microsoft removes things without explanation. Making users spend hours trying to figure out why things don't work or look different when in essence, it's not the case. It really doesn't mean much to me that the logo is present. I just wanted to confirm that it wasn't something I did that made it disappear. Thanks for your efforts.
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  4. Edwin's Avatar
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    lintek25475 said:
    Since up dating my system to Windows Home build 14393, 1607, I noticed that I can not add my customized logo to Settings>System>About. This would be set through the OEMInformation registry setting. However, it does appear when I go to the System properties from right click This PC desktop icon > Properties. Can someone confirmation this is a change in the desktop UI?

    Where is my customized logo in Settings>System>About-about.png
    They're System Files, they will always get reset after an upgrade or clean install.

    The Settings App logo is probably buried in a manifest somewhere and the Control Panel one is a dll.
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