iConStruct 1.2.0

iConStruct is one of the smartest tool for creating your favorite icons from large size images, photographs, and other file formats containing pictures. It works without compromising on the image quality or the resolution. The downsizing happens according to a specific logic and algorithm, which is pre-written by the program creators.

iConStruct is designed to work at the best levels when the images are on the white background. But you can also work with images when they have a light colored background. According to the iConStruct designers, it gives the best results. Then you may have to use software like the Adobe or other solutions to remove the background or lighten it if it is too dark or bright.

iConStruct works best to generate the 32-bit icons and the 8-bit icons. In some cases, you might feel they are too small compared to the quality and the size of the images being generated today. But the practical experience of the users shows many benefits.

The software is highly useful when you want to create Power Point or other presentations. It is possible to insert the icons into narrow locations without compromising on the quality. The next benefit is for the web programmers who develop online applications. The command buttons, scroll down lists, combo boxes and the customized user windows can make use of the high-quality icons.

The other benefit of the iConStruct is the continuous updates to the software by the designers and developers. In case you find any limitation or bug in the current version, it is possible to inform them and they will fix the bug and overcome the limitations on the next version. The vast inbuilt help features enable you to install, configure, and customize the iConStruct.

Technical details

Latest version:1.2.0File name:iConStructWin.zipMD5 checksum:1BF240F12B3889FC0B4DD954BBBDE96AFile size:1.56 MBLicense:FreeSupported OSWindows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7Author:Roger Meier

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