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Give your Mac a neon make-over with the release of Louie Mantia's Frenzic System replacement icon set for CandyBar.
We return from our production break with an all-new set of Aqua system replacement icons from artist David Lanham.
Your desktop is about to get a whole lot stickier thanks to the latest set of sticker app icons from David Lanham.
Artist Dave Brasgalla gives his Refresh folder series a second installment with springtime cherry blossoms.
Artist Dave Brasgalla introduces a whole new style of desktop folder especially designed for Mac OS X Leopard - Refresh.
Smoothicons system replacement set for CandyBar finally updated for use with Mac OS X Leopard
David Lanham's back with an all new set of Agua folder icons that feel right at home in Apple's Mac OS X Leopard.
Float system replacement set released for download
Kate England releases iPhonica Halloween, a spooky add-on for the iPhoncia system replacement set.
Now you can plaster your desktop with digital stickers from David Lanham's latest freeware icon set - Sticker System.
Kate England expands her ever-popular iPhonica icon series with a complete CandyBar system replacement set.
Artist David Lanham brings a lavish CandyBar system set to your desktop with robotic visions of the future, in Amora.
Iconfactory artist Talos Tsui announces the release of his latest freeware icon collection for CandyBar - ClearBlack.
Panic and The Iconfactory release a small maintenance release for CandyBar to fix a bug with reverting dock icons.
Panic and The Iconfactory announce the release of CandyBar 2.6 with Universal binary support.
Iconfactory workers have released Tiger Extras, a set of additional system replacement icons for our popular styles.
Panic and The Iconfactory announce an update to our popular system replacement utility, CandyBar, for Tiger.
Users of CandyBar 2.x can simply launch it to auto-update the application for use with Mac OS X 10.3.9.
Registered users of CandyBar now receive auto-updates that keep the application qualified with the latest Mac OS X.
Panic and The Iconfactory are pleased to announce the immediate availablity of CandyBar version 2.0.
Panic and The Iconfactory announce the release of CandyBar 1.6.5 which qualifies the app for OS X 10.3.5.
David Lanham is pleased to announce the release of our latest system replacement icons for CandyBar - Puft System.
Panic and The Iconfactory announce the release of CandyBar 1.6.3 qualified for use with Mac OS X 10.3.3.
Panic and the Iconfactory update their popular system icon replacement utility, CandyBar, to version 1.6.2.
Corey Marion releases his TiSystem set for CandyBar, and the Iconfactory launches QuickPix, single, free icons for visitors.
Panic and the Iconfactory announce the release of CandyBar version 1.6, qualified for use with Apple's Panther OS.
Panic and the Iconfactory's toolbar icon customization application, CandyBar, is updated to version 1.6.5 for Mac OS X.
Dave Brasgalla has expanded his popular G5 Drive icon set to a full blown system replacement set for CandyBar.
Corey updates his Smoothicons 6 freeware icon set to include instructions on customizing your Apple iCal icon.
Anthony Piraino releases a set of fun trash can replacement icons for use with CandyBar - Garbage In, Garbage Out.
Corey Marion releases latest set in his popular Smoothicon freeware icon series - Smoothicons Volume 5.
Gedeon releases his latest freeware icon set, a new system replacement collection for CandyBar - Clipper System.
Dave Brasgalla releases his latest freeware icon set based on the industrial design of Apple's amazing G5 enclosures.
Panic and the Iconfactory update CandyBar to version 1.5.3 to increase interoperability with the upcoming Pixadex.
With Apple's release of Mac OS X 10.2.6 comes a new version of CandyBar courtesy of the folks over at Panic.
Panic and the Iconfactory release CandyBar version 1.5.1 qualified for use with Apple's Mac OS X 10.2.5.
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