Windows doesn't allow you to change the color of folders. Our all-new Folder Colorizer Pro introduces a color-changer option in the Context Menu which allows you to simply right click on a folder to change its color. Adding colors to Windows folders doesn't get easier than this. There's no main interface to speak of - instead, the app is integrated into your context menu. To use, simply right-click on a folder and pick a color under Colorize - it couldn't be easier. By clicking on Colors, you'll be able to manage your Folder Colorizer options. There's a list of the default colors, and below the option to add new ones. If you don't like a color, simply hit the 'x' in the top right corner. To add a new color, pick one from the color wheel and hit +Add color. It goes without saying that Folder Colorizer Pro also has an option to restore your folder's original yellow. Folder Colorizer is a sweet, simple app that lets you choose any color for your folders.
Windows Server 2008