LiteIcon
LiteIcon
4.1

5.0

LiteIcon free download for Mac

LiteIcon

4.1
17 October 2019

Utility to quickly change/restore system icons.

Overview

LiteIcon allows you to change quickly any icons of your system. It also can restore all the system's icons.

Note: While the software is classified as free, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.

What's new in LiteIcon

Version 4.1:
  • Dark mode support.
  • Removed alias icon for Catalina, which cannot be changed anymore.

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BobP2457
09 October 2019

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I like it a lot, very simple interface...and it works with macOS Catalina, now!
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Version 4.0
Hans-Luyendijk
12 October 2019
I think LiteIcon is fantastic! And I hope you guys will provide a update for Catalina 10.15.1, because Apple, again, made it impossible to change the icons. Bummer!
Like (1)
Version 4.0
1 answer(s)
ScottB3730
ScottB3730
14 October 2019
Same problem here. As soon as I updated to 10.15.1, it no longer worked.
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Version 4.0
BobP2457
09 October 2019
I like it a lot, very simple interface...and it works with macOS Catalina, now!
Like (1)
Version 4.0
Vitaly
20 July 2019
would be priceless to get a beta for Catalina...
Like (2)
Version 3.9
1 answer(s)
Vitaly
Vitaly
02 September 2019
still no beta?
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Version 3.9
iainkirk
01 October 2017
Just released.... High Sierra update is available 3.8... https://freemacsoft.net/liteicon/
Like (1)
Version 3.7.1
crusher82
17 September 2016
Please add support for Sierra in IconData.plist. This is error message: The file IconData.plist could not be found. Please try reinstalling the app.
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Version 3.6.3
Brooklyn-Al
08 July 2016
Hopefully the developer will update soon for MacOS Sierra......Great Program!
Like (2)
Version 3.6.3
1 answer(s)
Vitaly
Vitaly
14 July 2016
yes, please
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Moique
04 October 2015
Don't know what I did, but I did it before to read the rewiews.... I click on something asking me if I wanted to bypass El Capitan limitation. And now, I can (at my own risk, with the little danger icon) only change the computer icons and don't have any access to the system icons. Do you think a reinstallation and the following Remi instructions could help ?
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Version 3.6
Mcr
01 October 2015
note, you can disable SIP, make your changes, then re-enable SIP. It doesn't have to be left off all the time. The changes made by LiteIcon appear to 'stick' and El Capitan does not complain. A bit tedious if you want to change icons constantly, but for those us like myself, who change it once in awhile, it's fine. Also, note that in the shipping version of El Capitan, using this command: sudo nvram boot-args="rootless=0" no longer works. you can set it, but it is ignored. The new method is using the CSRUTIL from Terminal WHILE BOOTED INTO THE RECOVERY PARTITION. > csrutil enable > csrutil disable (turn off SIP)
Like (2)
Version 3.6
1 answer(s)
Drew-sd
Drew-sd
02 October 2015
Awesome thanks! worked great!
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Brooklyn-Al
16 September 2015
Thanks for version 3.6 beta I was able to change the Bootcamp icon from the generic Apple hard drive icon, and the Finder and Dashboard icons without a problem. Thanks for the continued effort!
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Version 3.5.6
Steinar-Helgesen
07 August 2015
This don't work for me: Boot into Recovery (start up holding down down Command-R until the Apple logo appears), and select "Security Configuration" from "Utilities" on the menu bar. Uncheck "Enforce System Integrity Protection", click "Apply Configuration", click "Apply" on the resulting prompt, and restart. Rootless will now be disabled. Get the message the program This version of Mac OSX is not supported.
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Version 3.5.6
Free

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.0 or later
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