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| Greenfish Icon Editor Pro v3.6
Greenfish Icon Editor Pro v3.6 Greenfish Icon Editor Pro is a powerful icon, cursor, animation and icon library editor. Layer support with advanced selection handling makes it a really professional and unique freeware tool for designing small pixelgraphic images. GFIE offers high-quality filters like Bevel, Drop Shadow and Glow; supports editing animated cursors and managing icon libraries. It's lightweight, with a clean, customizable, multilanguage user interface making it really easy to learn and use. System Requirements: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 Click here to visit the author's website.
|1,560||Jan 22, 2020
BalŠzs Szalkai & PortableApps.com
| MiTeC Icon Explorer v5.1.0
MiTeC Icon Explorer v5.1.0 This tool allows to manage icon libraries, standalone icons and executable that contains icons as resources. MicroAngelo 16-bit format (icl) and 16-bit executables (NE) is no longer supported and Icon Explorer now creates 32-bit DLLs as icon libraries. 32-bit icons and 256x256 sized icons are supported. It has powerfull searching tool that searches specified path with directory recursion and examines any file if it contains any icon and then extract it. Icons can be saved as icons, individual icon images or bitmaps. Target platforms Windows XP Windows 2003 Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows 8 Windows 8.1 Windows 10 Click here to visit the author's website.
|1,358||Feb 17, 2019
| Rebuild Shell Icon Cache v1.2
Rebuild Shell Icon Cache v1.2 If one or more of your icons are not displaying correctly, or that your icon cache is corrupted, then you might consider rebuilding the icon cache to reset and reload the icon images into the icon cache. The Icon Cache or IconCache.db is a special database file that Windows utilizes to keep copies of each icon handy Having to retrieve all possible icon images from hard disk and to render them dynamically can consume lots of system resources. As a result, Windows save icons itís already retrieved in its memory. When Windows needs to draw an icon, it uses the copy from the cache instead of retrieving the icon image from the original application file. This helps in making Windows draw the icons faster. Rebuild Shell Icon Cache is a Portable freeware and have ability to Refresh the Windowsís icon cache. Usage of the Application is quite simple, just double click on it thatís all. You can use Rebuild Shell Icon Cache with Command Prompt here are the supported parameters Supported operating systems: Windows 10 , Windows 8.1 , Windows 8 , Windows 7 , Windows Vista , Windows Xp Ė (x86 & x64) File: ReIconCache_x64.exe MD5: 54c8696fd59174bc1c234c9caf50db1e SHA1: 3cb2713fd7842231a496e1629e61bbe4c428dc4f File: ReIconCache.exe MD5: 12a1e66ed6be57d9fb53705d177abb62 SHA1: 42f0c970e1e3fea6fb17a30ec0ab09208297e7eb Click here to visit the author's website.
|796||Nov 03, 2019
| Remove Windows 10 Upgrade Tray Icon
Remove Windows 10 Upgrade Tray Icon This will remove the pesky Windows 10 upgrade tray icon. Which started appearing on Windows 7,8 and 8.1 computers recently. Unzip the file. Right-click the file called "KillWin10TrayIcon.bat" and choose "Run as Administrator". All done!
|3,327||Jun 01, 2015
| Thumbnail and Icon Cache Rebuilder for Windows 10
Thumbnail and Icon Cache Rebuilder for Windows 10 humbnail and Icon Cache Rebuilder for Windows 10 is a portable freeware that will purge, clear and delete your Thumbnail and Icon Cache Rebuilder in a click. If your icons appear blank or look corrupted or do not refresh correctly, when they should, then it is quite possible that your icon cache database may have become corrupted in on your Windows 10 PC. The same thing applies to Thumbnails too. If they do not display correctly then they may have become corrupted. In such a scenario, you may need to delete the cache files in order to rebuild the Icon cache and clear the Thumbnail cache. Once you have downloaded the zip file, extract its contents and run the .exe file. You might want to create a system restore point first. If you are having problems with Thumbnails or Icons not displaying correctly, open Thumbnail and Icon Cache Rebuilder, Check the delete Icon cache or Delete Thumbnail Cache or both, depending on your requirement. Next click Rebuild, wait for Explorer to refresh itself. Restart your computer. Once your computer restarts it will build a new Cache. Do note that ending Icon Cache Rebuilder before it finishes can result in Windows giving you an error for your user profile as it needs to refresh Explorer and restart your computer to rebuild the Icon Cache.
|3,089||Sep 02, 2015
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