Icoutils is described as 'The icoutils are a set of command-line programs for extracting and converting images in Microsoft Windows(R) icon and cursor files. These files usually have the extension .ico or .cur, but they can also be embedded in executables and libraries (.dll-files)' and is an app in the OS & Utilities category. There are more than 10 alternatives to Icoutils for Windows and Linux. The best alternative is IcoFX. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try IconsExtract or IconViewer. Other great apps like Icoutils are Quick Any2Ico (Free), Thumbico (Free), Icon Explorer (Free) and Batch Icon Extractor (Free).
IconViewer is a free Windows Explorer extension that lets you easily view, copy, and save icons contained within programs and libraries. Open a files Properties box, select the "Icons" tab, and view the icons contained in the file.
Thumbico displays the thumbnail or icon of any file, image, document, video or program from your Desktop or computer. But unlike Windows, which shows you small, standard sized images, Thumbico gives you the large, any size "uncensored" version.
This tool allows to manage icon libraries, standalone icons and executable that contains icons as resources. MicroAngelo 16-bit format (icl) and 16-bit executables (NE) is no longer supported and Icon Explorer now creates 32-bit DLLs as icon libraries.
Batch Icon Extractor - a simple tool for batch extraction of icons. Supports compressed Vista icons. How to use it? Download BatchIconExtractor.exe and place it on your desktop. Drag and drop a file or a folder on the application icon.
Cuttlefish allows artists and developers to preview and pick icons. Cuttlefish attempts to render the icons exactly as they would look drawn in the application. It allows to filter based on category and name.