Trayconizer - ANSI build for versions of Windows without Unicode support, such as Windows 95/98/ME

Trayconizer allows you to minimize virtually any application to the system tray rather than having it take up valuable space in your taskbar.

Tuesday, 12 April 2005 Trayconizer 1.1.1

Trayconizer allows you to minimize virtually any application to the system tray rather than having it take up valuable space in your taskbar.

Using Trayconizer is simple. To start Trayconizer on Notepad, you would execute:

C:\Path\To\Trayconizer.exe C:\Windows\Notepad.exe

You can create a shortcut in your Startup group to execute Trayconizer on a program that you use frequently but want to keep tucked out of the way in the system tray when you're not using it. There is even an option for starting the application initially in the minimized state.

Trayconizer will automatically shut itself down when you close the program you are Trayconizing. Additionally, multiple Trayconized programs are handled by a single instance of Trayconizer to avoid wasting system resources.

Trayconizer requires no DLL's beyond the base Win32 API libraries and will not store any entries in your registry.

Changes in version 1.1.1: (released 19-Jan-2003)

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• No longer sends child windows to tray

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