Make icons from pictures (.png, .jpg, ...)

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Convert pictures to icons online

This tool converts images like .png, .jpg, .bmp, or .gif to a Windows icon (.ico). For best results, the image should be properly prepared before converting it.

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Online Icon Creator
1. Pick image to convert
Allowed formats: .jpg, .png, .gif, .bmp   /   Maximum size: 1MB
2. Choose icon type




3. Get your icon



Save your icon to a folder of your choice.
Learn more about differences between icon types:
Win XP icons   ●   Win 7 / Vista icons   ●   fav-icons
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Getting started

This tool converts your existing image to an icon (.ico file) that you can use to customize a shortcut or a folder. You can also use the created icon as a fav-icon for your web.

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user icon Anonymous on March 6th

Excellent tool, ...may year trying to make my favorite icons thank you thank you

user icon Anonymous on March 11th

Superb

user icon Anonymous on March 12th

Thanks guys
Louis
(South Africa)
:-)

user icon Anonymous on March 14th

thanks

user icon Anonymous on March 16th

Ty <3

user icon Anonymous on March 17th

This is awesome :-D
Greetings from Bangladesh :-)

user icon Anonymous on March 18th

I was looking for a way to insert an image into a dll file so I could use a custom image for the icon for my headset. This was waaaaaaaaaayyyy simpler. Thanks!

user icon Anonymous on March 20th

fuking perfect, cheers dude 8-)

user icon Anonymous on March 21st

Exelent :-D 8-)

user icon Anonymous on March 23rd

Thanks for this help :-D

user icon Anonymous
What about ICL files?