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TrayIt! – Keep your minimize application in system tray

By on February 18, 2009

TrayIt! is a application that allow you to save previous Taskbar space for minimized windows. TrayIt! allow you to creates a small icon in the System Tray (which is the area near by the Clock in window star bar).


When application’s window is minimized this icon represents the application on the Taskbar instead of the regular “minimized rectangle”.


TrayIt! is useful if you wish to open a lot of application but keep it running at the backgroud such as your e-mail client, music media player and more.


The best part for TrayIt! is it run without any installation. You just need to extract the zip file download to any place as you like, then just double click on the exe file to run the application.


Using TrayIt!:

  • You can temporarily put any window in the system tray by keeping down the button when minimizing the window.
  • To always keep window in the system tray when minimized, click with the RIGHT mouse button on the corresponding icon created in the tray in the previous step and check “Place in System Tray” in the popup menu.
  • Clicking with the right mouse button on the minimize icon will bring TrayIt! context menu for this window. Just check “Place in System Tray” in the popup menu to make window always go to the tray.
  • Please note that context menu will work only for the standard minimize icon and will not pop-up if the program use skins like MS Media player.


Click here to go to TrayIt home page
Click here to download TrayIt!


TrayIt application screen shot
TrayIt application screen shot
Right click to keep the applicatino window in system tray
Right click to keep the applicatino window in system tray
TrayIt! setting option screen shot

TrayIt! setting option screen shot


Tray icon in the system tray screen shot

Tray icon in the system tray screen shot




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