Collection of over 380 network-related icons in different file types and sizes, 256 color and full-color transparency, with and without shadow
|Updated||Dec 16th 2016|
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|Crack Size||10.4 MB|
Network Icon Library is an icon set that depicts the computer networking theme and adopts the style of Windows 7/Vista. It contains over 380 icons of different file types and sizes, with each icon being drawn in two versions: with and without shadow.
Among these icons, you can find network connection, key, support, group, global network, certificate, status, data transfer, traffic, connection repair, disconnect, cell network, wireless, and sniffer. However, the downloaded package is a demo that contains only three icons: cable, network data and network ID. There's also a graphic file that reveals all icons included in the registered edition so you can get a preview.
When it comes to the image types, Network Icon Library Crack offers support for BMP, GIF, ICO, and PNG. The pictures are organized in different folders by format and subfolders by size. When it comes to the resolutions, you can pick from 16x16, 24x24, 32x32, 48x48 and 256x256 pixels. Moreover, you can choose between 256-color icons (for older Windows) and full-color transparency icons (for newer Windows).
In addition to buying the complete package, it's possible to purchase the icons individually, depending on what you need when it comes to the theme, file format and size. Besides the iconset, the downloaded package includes Free Icon Editor, a self-explanatory application made by the same developer.
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