So far I had "designed" my app-icon in the Visual-Studio-Editor. 16-Colors, 4kB.Now someone created a more sophisticated and up-to-date app-icon for me, which results in a filesize of about 250kB. Problem: A user reported, that win2000 is complaining, because it is not able to digest this amount of data for an icon.Question: What can be regarded as best practice for application-icons. In detail: which resolutions and which color-depth-variations should be contained in an icon?
You need to provide more information."Win2000 is complaining"?How?Explorer?An exception in your application?What is in the icon file this person gave you?
-1.He has a user using Windows 2000 - how can "don't care about it" possibly be a good answer?