This Mouse icon is a responsive icon. This means that it's optimized for four resolutions, from tiny 16x16 until highly detailed 80x80. The style comes from the latest Microsoft Office, which makes it perfect for any Windows applications, in particular, those with ribbon toolbar control. Unlike other icon packs that have merely hundreds of icons, this monster icon pack contains 15,500 icons, all in the same style and quality.
This icon is a computer mouse that is oval in shape and would fit snugly in someone's hand. It is separated into 3 sections, a top half that is separated into a left and right button and a large bottom portion.
By now, billions of mice have crawled into homes and offices worldwide. The computer mouse has come a long way from the awkward prototype created in 1964 by Douglas Engelbart. It had a wooden body that encased a circuit board and two metal wheels underneath. It was called “mouse” mainly because of the tail-looking cord attached to its rear.
Since then, tech companies such as Xerox, Apple, Microsoft, and Logitech held their own mice in captive to refine and develop it further. The first wireless mouse was introduced by Logitech in 1991, invalidating the reason why the mouse was a named mouse. Today, with the gradual disappearance of the desktop computer and the rise of portable, touchscreen gadgets, the mouse could sadly be headed back to the hole.
So as an homage to the computer mouse’s former glory, we used the combined forces of all animal-named things to create a bunch of mouse icons.
The mouse’s soul sister, the cursor, is also here. It comes in the arrow and hand form.
For those looking for the rodent type of mouse, the following icons are here to serve: