AIconExtract is a 32-bit utility that was designed to allow you to easily extract icon, cursor and bitmap images from the files on your computer. Resource images can be copied to the clipboard or saved to disk as .ico, .bmp, .cur or .jpg images.
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Description: Did you realize that there are probably thousands of icons, cursors and bitmap resource images located on your computer? AIconExtract is a handy utility that allows you to extract the images for your own use.
AIconExtract is a 32-bit utility that was designed to allow you to easily extract icon, cursor and bitmap resource images from the files on your computer. Software developers often include dozens of icon, cursor and bitmap resource images within computer programs. Using AIconExtract's user friendly interface you can view all of the static icon, cursor and bitmap resource images included within the files stored on your computer. Icon, cursor and bitmap resource images can be copied to the clipboard or saved to disk as .ico (icon), .bmp (WindowsÂ® bitmap), .cur (Cursor) or .jpg (JPEG) images. AIconExtract's side bar allows for you to hold selected icons for comparison and side by side viewing of icons across resources. Rejuvenate the look of your desktop with the extracted icons, cursors and images.
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