RTF is a cross-platform format for storing labeled text documents, created jointly by Microsoft and Adobe, as meta-tags for the format Word in 1982. Adobe has in 1985 continued to develop the format and created a language PostScript. The basis is a simple text format, control sequences which are not macros that are available for change, and teams with a fixed behavior.
ICO is a file of this format usually contains a small image icons of different resolutions (16x16, 32x32, 64x64 pixels) and various color depths (16 colors, 32, 64, 128, 256, 16-bit, and so on). Used to display files and folders in the graphical user interface (GUI) operating systems. This format can be opened with the help of the program ACDSee.