A set of Steampunk inspired icons which you can use to emphasize the theme of your Windows operating system or customize certain applications
|Updated||Jun 9th 2014|
Dean Beedell N/A N/A
|Crack Size||2.4 MB|
Steampunk Icons, as the name suggests is a collection of icons inspired by the science fiction sub-genre which is based on the use of steam powered machinery. It comes with over 50 icons which you can use to customize just about any commonly used application, utility or folder.
Steampunk Icons provides a wide range of icons that can be used to replace any of the must-have tools for Windows operating systems. With them you can change the shortcut for your antivirus, webcam, CPU meter, image editor, cooler monitor and so on.
Moreover, the pack comes with icons specifically created for applications such as Mozilla Firefox, Opera, RealPlayer, VLC, Skype and more.
The icons provided by Steampunk Icons Crack are without a doubt good looking. They reflect the concepts of the genre and should be appealing to most fans. Some are unique pieces while others come as a collage from one or more items, while others maintain core elements and offer additional variations.
Steampunk Icons offers high quality stuff and that impression remains until you consider viewing them in a larger than normal size. If for example you want to enlarge the icons using the Ctrl + scroll up method, once they exceed 100 pixels in size you start to notice some signs of poor cropping / lasso work.
To wrap it up, Steampunk Icons is a pack that can offer you a large number of good looking icons which you can definitely use to add more detail to your Windows steampunk theme.
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