Icons convey lots of info in lot less time compared to texts & sometimes you may want to use icons in your website mock-ups, applications, designs, presentations, etc. PCBooster Free Icon Extractor is a handy tool to help you extract high quality icons or icon arrays from a program file. Unlike many other icon extractors, it can extract icons from 16×16 up to 256×256! What's more, you can extract other resources like images, sounds, cursors and even AVI videos from EXE, DLL, ICL, OCX, CPL, etc.
Extract Big Icons from Program Files
Compared to most free icon extraction tools
which extract smaller icon image sizes, such
as 16×16, 32×32, or 48×48 pixels, PCBooster
Free Icon Extractor can extract icons of any
sizes from program files with high-quality,
even those icons in larger sizes (256×256 pixels)
used in Windows 7/8. It's very useful for many
professional icon designers.
Save Money from Icon Purchase
This powerful icon extraction utility helps
extract icons embedded into any files (executables,
Windows libraries, resource files etc.) with
one mouse click. Thus, you can get free icon
collections to use as favicon or use for posters,
newsletters and presentations, etc. without
buying expensive one.
RExtract Resources from EXE/DLL/OCX/CPL & System Files
Working as a free resource extractor, PCBooster
Free Icon Extractor not only extracts icons
but other kinds of resources contained in .exe,
.dll, .icl, .ocx, .cpl, .src, .ico, .cur files,
system files and more. Just use the extracted
resources for different purposes.
Extract Images, Sounds & AVI Videos
This free icon extractor is capable of extracting
images (icons, bitmaps, cursors) to save BMP,
ICO, EMF or WMF image format without any compression
for further design, drawing or editing. It also
extracts any unique sounds like click, whistle,
squeak, etc. as well as an interesting video
clip from your resources for video producing.
Easy Previewer & Explorer-like Interface
You are allowed to easily zoom in or zoom out
the extracted image with different percentage
patterns or use the inbuilt previewer to view
the extracted images as well as related images
info. The explorer-like interface, organized
in a tree-style structure, makes finding icons