Icons for Windows 7 and Vista 2011.1
The advent of Windows Vista changed the way interfaces were designed.
Larger and more colorful icons, new styles, transparency - all of this became a must have for any icon that was used in Vista and its successor, Windows 7. Even stylistically, regular interface icons underwent serious changes - from that point on, most of them had shadows, reflection and transparency effects, as well as a new sleek 3D look. If you are a computer graphics professional, creating a complete set of unique icons will take weeks - and time is something you may not have. But if you are a software developer or web designer working on your project and the deadline is getting closer, you should better entrust the creation of your interface icons to professionals or use what they have already created.
Icons for Windows 7 and Vista is an ultimately comprehensive collection of top-quality interface icons that will be a perfect fit for any modern website, online service, mobile or desktop application. The set covers a number of common topics: basic OS operations (search, save, open, confirm, cut and paste, update, refresh and so forth), toolbar elements, money- and payment-related actions, networks and communications, messaging, social networking, traveling, multimedia, business and finances, transportation, medicine, blogging, emoticons, human relations and many more. With some many potential areas of application, this is one of the most all-inclusive and universal sets on the market. This huge icon collection can be used in virtually any project, since it consists of 18 thematic subcollections with 3200 unique icon designs, 3615 icons, 36150 icon images and as many as 57840 image files! Each icon in this ultimate icon set comes in PNG, GIF, BMP and ICO formats and is available in multiple resolutions - from 16x16 to the whopping 256x256 pixels.
All the icons are ready to be used immediately after the purchase without any modifications or conversions.
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