"Icon" can mean different things in MusicBee:
Program icons, such as appear on your desktop, windows explorer, and context menus, which are .ico files.
To configure MusicBee's internal icon (top left corner), see General Preferences.
To configure MusicBee's desktop icon, right click on the icon, go to Properties, and click the Choose Icon button.
Changing icons for different file types (at least in Windows 7) is a bit challenging without a special program. See here.
Icons used for Genres in the Thumbnail Browser, which are also PNG files.
You can add genre icons for thumbnail browser using your own pictures or downloaded images. First, create "Genres" sub-folder under MusicBee/Icons folder. Then you can either (1) place an image file named in any of your genres or (2) copy an image, right-click on a genre icon and use "Paste Artwork" command.
Some stock icon sets created or recommended by forum users:
ICO Icons Edit
Name: BadassBee Icons
Steampunk-flavored revision of the official MusicBee icon, coming in two variations. The pack includes icons to be used for media filetypes association.
Name: BadassBee Icons - Dark Edition
Flattened, dark variation of the original BadassBee series. This pack includes also a dark Windows8+ start menu tile.
Name: Berserker Icon Set
Black, White, and Yellow options available. Different download links for each - see forum thread.
Name: Elemental Bees
Different download links for different sizes. See forum thread.
Name: Materialized MusicBee
Main application icon, inspired to latest material design guidelines for Android by Google.
PNG Icons Edit
This page is still under construction. Feel free to help out! If you're not able to find what you need on this topic, try asking at the MusicBee Forum.
Category:Under Construction for other incomplete pages.
Here's a helpful page for finding generic icons to use:
Icons created by
Forum member ThY has created a collection of flag icons for use in
Genre icons by