First post, by Kerr Avon
On my Windows 10 (spit spit) laptop, the standard icon for batch files (all batch files on the laptop) has been changed, somehow. The batch files themselves are unaltered and run fine, but the point of having icons is that they are easily recognized by the user and tell you what sort of file they represent, so I want to reset the icon back to the original one.
Please note that I don't want to manually change the icon for each batch file individually, I just want to change the default icon, which will then apply to them all. Well, all that I haven't manually assigned a different icon to, which is all of them, I think (I don't think I've manually assigned an icon to any batch file). In earlier versions of Windows, you could easily change icons, but somewhere along the way Microsoft thought it would be funny to hide this option.
So can anyone tell me how to manually change the default icon for programs with the file type ".bat", please?