Microsoft Windows icon image file format
ICO stands for "Icon" and is a multimedia file format for computer icons on Microsoft Windows. It can contain one or more images at multiple sizes and color depths, making it ideal for scaling to different screen resolutions.
ICO file format refers to an image file format that contains small size computer icon images. Mostly used in Microsoft Windows ICO format is capable of containing one or multiple small images of multiples sizes and color depths. Multiple sizes of the ICO images allow icons to be scaled appropriately.
Windows supports icons in PNG format since Vista. You supposedly have the same format as a . ico file, but the image itself is a PNG, no BITMAPINFOHEADER.
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Initially, the ico format was used only in Windows, but then it also became supported by browsers to display the site icon in the title bar or in bookmarks.
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