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ICO to PICON converter

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Converting your ico file to picon is easy with these steps.

Converting your picon file to ico is easy with these steps.

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Step 1

Upload ico-file

You can select ico file you want to convert from your computer, Google Drive, Dropbox or simply drag and drop it onto the page.
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Step 2

Select «to picon»

Choose picon or any of the other 200+ supported formats you'd like to convert to.
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Step 3

Download your picon file

Please wait for the conversion to complete, then click on the download button to obtain your converted file in the picon format.

Converting ico to picon

Fast and easy
Simply drag and drop your ico files onto the webpage, and you'll be able to convert them to picon or over 250 different file formats, all without having to register, provide an email address, or include a watermark.
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As soon as you upload your ico files, we instantly delete them. Converted files are then deleted after 24 hours. Furthermore, we ensure that all file transfers are secure through advanced SSL encryption.
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You don't have to go through the hassle of installing any software. We handle all ico to picon conversions in the cloud, which means that none of your computer's resources will be used in the process.

Microsoft icon file

Category🔵 images
🔵 Adobe Photoshop
🔵 Microsoft Paint
🔵 Windows Picture and Fax Viewer
Description🔵 .ico (Icon File) The .ico format is used for icon files in Microsoft Windows. ICO files contain one or more small images at multiple sizes and color depths, so they may be scaled appropriately in different contextsThese files are commonly used to display a small image next to a website's name in a browser's address bar, as well as for application icons on both Windows desktop and mobile platforms.
Technical details🔵 The `.ico` format is primarily used for icons in Windows. It supports multiple resolutions, color depths, and transparency. Here are the key technical details: - Multiple Resolutions and Color Depths: Contains images at various sizes and color depths. - Color Support: Supports 24-bit RGB and 32-bit ARGB with alpha transparency. - Transparency: Allows for transparent backgrounds. - File Structure: Begins with an icon directory specifying image details. - Compression: Can use PNG for smaller file sizes with lossless compression. - Compatibility: Widely supported in Windows and some graphic software. - Use in Web Browsers: Common for web favicons (16x16 or 32x32 pixels). - File Size: Varies based on included images and compression. - Backward Compatibility: Works with older Windows versions. - Limited Use Outside Windows: Mainly used for Windows icons and web favicons. `.ico` excels in representing icons in Windows and as favicons in web browsers.
Developer🔵 Microsoft
MIME type
🔵 image/ico
🔵 image/x-icon
🔵 application/ico
🔵 application/x-ico
🔵 application/x-win-bitmap
🔵 image/x-win-bitmap
🔵 application/octet-stream


Category🔵 images
Description🔵 PICON format is a type of file format commonly associated with digital television systems. PICON stands for 'Program Information and Control'. PICON files typically contain graphical images or icons that represent television channels or programs. These icons are often displayed in electronic program guides (EPG) or other user interfaces to provide visual identification and quick navigation for viewers. PICON files are also used in Enigma2-based satellite receivers to enhance the user experience by providing visual representation and easy identification of channels or services.
Technical details🔵 PICON files typically have a raster image format, such as PNG or JPEG. Each PICON image includes the channel logo and name. The PICON format is most commonly used in Enigma2-based satellite receivers for digital television. Enigma2 files refer to open-source firmware. In the context of Enigma2, PICON files are small images representing channels or services. PICON files are used across various digital television platforms to aid in recognizing and selecting preferred channels. These files are stored in PNG (Portable Network Graphics) or JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group) format. The size is usually 100x60 pixels, but variations like 220x132 pixels or 400x240 pixels are also used. The images have a transparent background. PICON files are typically named according to a specific naming convention, using the Service Reference (SID) of the channel or service they represent.


❓ How do I change ico to picon?
To get started, either pick a file you want to convert from ico and select it or drag and drop it into the conversion tool. Next, select the desired format that you wish to convert your file to. Once you have selected the format, click the "convert" button and wait for the tool to finish converting your file.
⏳ What is the estimated time it will take to convert ico to picon?
Typically, image conversions only take a few seconds, so you can expect a speedy conversion when changing ico to picon.
🛡️ Can I trust OnlineConvertFree to convert ico to picon securely?
Absolutely! We take your security seriously, and guarantee the protection of your uploaded and converted files. No one will have access to your information since we delete all files once the conversion process is complete. You can trust that all types of conversions, including ico to picon, are 100% safe on OnlineConvertFree.
📱 Is it possible to convert ico to picon without having to install any software?
Yes, that's right! OnlineConvertFree doesn't require any installation, which means that you can convert any files, including ico to picon, on your computer or mobile device, completely online.