Hello, i use a custom icon for my uninstaller on windows. However i think that, by default, the icon used in the start menu entry for the uninstaller should be the same used for the executable. That is not the case as i always get the application icon not the uninstaller one.

asked 30 Jun '16, 11:14

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I have checked that using an .ico file for the <windowsuninstallerexecutableicon> tag and leaving <windowsicon> for the uninstaller's <shortcut> and <startmenushortcut> makes them all have the specified icon. It's possible that the icon is being cached by Windows from a previous installation. This can be checked by using a different installation directory or just renaming the shortcut.

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answered 15 Jul '16, 06:10

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