W7 Superbar Icon Changer is a compact tool that can change the icon of the applications added to the Windows 7 Superbar (aka the Taskbar). For example, if you don’t like the default Internet Explorer or Word icon because it doesn’t match the theme (or you just think it’s darn ugly), then you can change the icon to anything you want.
Merely launch the W7 Superbar Icon Changer and choose an application to change the icon of.
Once the application has been selected, pick an .ico file (you can find icons in your system directory or download icon sets from the web) and click Change.
This will change the icon to the one you designated. Please note that once the icons are changed, you may only revert back to the old icon by selecting the original icon file from your system. Make sure that you know the path of the this file for the application that the icon is being changed for, so that you may be able to revert back to original icon (if desired).
Below is an example of how a changed Superbar can look like:
W7 Superbar Icon Changer is a currently a free program you can pick up here. Let it be known that W7SIC is still in beta.