Vancouver, Bc, N/a Canada (PressExposure) October 02, 2007 -- Microsoft has introduced a lot of exciting changes into icons in Windows Vista. Now icons look very detailed, polished, and graceful. However cool this may be for the end users, software developers may find themselves scratching their head. No wonder! They have to update their software to make its interface compatible with the Vista's new icon size - 256 x 256 pixel. The implementation of this size will take quite some time and, of course, money.
Fortunately the solution to the 256x256 problem is on the way! There has appeared an amazing new service - 777icons.com. The service lets software developers save their time and money and buy elegant, Vista-ready icons, which are compatible with the new OS requirements. You are free to buy an entire icon collection, or just one or two icons, only $5 each.
The choice of icons at 777icons.com is great and will suite any taste or a design need. The site offers general purpose and industry specific icon sets with icons illustrating objects and commands. Each icon is available in a wide range of sizes, formats, and color states. Some of the available collections include (but not restricted to) the following themes:
- Business Icon Set
- Vista Toolbar Icons
- Transport Icon Set
- Medicine and Chemistry icons
- Science Icons
- Trade Icons
777icons.com is great for shareware developers who need to quickly make their interface compatible with Windows VistaÂ®. If you don't want to spend weeks on waiting for the designer to finish his work, or don't want to spend days on finding a good one, 777icons.com is a way to go! Start here: http://777icons.com/iconlibs.htm.