I use Customizer God to change a lot of icons, but some of them, instead of using the 16 x 16 version of that .ico file I replaced the original with, windows decides to use the biggest icon of the .ico file, which is 48 x 48 or 32 x 32 (I'm not sure if it uses the 32 x 32 one if the .ico file has both), and downscales it and it looks like garbage. For example, this happens with one of the icons.
This is the 48 x 48 icon of "My Computer"
its 16 x 16 size is this one:
The thing is that's not the icon that appears when it's shown in the taskbar and windows title bar This is how it's shown. I made a capture with Snipping Tool and edited it to remove the background:
It looks like crap
What actually makes me mad is the fact that when using any program like windows Explorer, all the icons are shown as they should inside the program. I have no idea why this is happening and it'd be great to solve it.
Last Edit: Oct 5, 2019 10:04:23 GMT -8 by 16bitlover
ʇǝǝๅ ftw: I really don't get why people find 1909+ a PITA. Most of my setups always run the latest version of Windows because I use a bit of it's functionality (mainly WSL2, the UWP notes app and better Dark Mode support). I've never had any big problems with it
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ʇǝǝๅ ftw: (continuing) that caused me to not want to have Classic Theme on these setups. Can someone explain to me where the bottlenecks in 1909+ are for them and why those bottlenecks are problematic?
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