**Instructions to create/modify the windows icon*** Use GIMP to edit the file icon.xcf: It contains 7 layers of images, one for each required icon.* The list of required images can be found at https://git.eclipse.org/c/equinox/rt.equinox.p2.git/tree/bundles/org.eclipse.equinox.p2.publisher.eclipse/src/org/eclipse/pde/internal/swt/tools/IconExe.java Enumeration from 2019-02-12: 1. 256x256, 32 bit (RGB / Alpha Channel) 2. 48x48, 32 bit (RGB / Alpha Channel) 3. 32x32, 32 bit (RGB / Alpha Channel) 4. 16x16, 32 bit (RGB / Alpha Channel) 5. 48x48, 8 bit (256 colors) 6. 32x32, 8 bit (256 colors) 7. 16x16, 8 bit (256 colors)* Each of these images is stored as a separate bmp file.* In order to create a new image, open the af3_icon_squared.bmp file in Gimp and scale it to the required size (upper folder). Store the result as a bmp file.* Next, copy the layer and insert in the open "icon.xcf" file in GIMP.* Select the newly created layer and "Add as new layer" (or similar).* Name the layer appropriately (F2 key) and save the result.* Export the result to a file named "icon.ico". In the export dialog, there are two major things to look for: * The bit sizes of the layers must correspond to the above enumeration (unordered). * Each layer must be uncompressed.